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  1. Elisabeth Lutyens - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre Elisabeth Lutyens (Agnes) Elisabeth Lutyens, CBE ( Londres, 9 de julio de 1906 – 14 de abril de 1983) fue una reconocida compositora británica que incursionó de modo singular en la música dodecafónica. Índice 1 Biografía 2 Estilo 3 Véase también 4 Referencias 5 Enlaces externos

  2. Elisabeth Lutyens was born in London on 9 July 1906. She was one of the five children of Lady Emily Bulwer-Lytton (1874–1964), a member of the aristocratic Bulwer-Lytton family, and the prominent English architect Sir Edwin Lutyens. Elisabeth was the elder sister of the writer Mary Lutyens. Lutyens was involved in the Theosophical Movement.

  3. Born in London in 1906, and known for her adaptation of the Schoenbergian serial technique, Elisabeth Lutyens influenced serialism in British music both past and present. Highly regarded by her peers, not least by Igor Stravinsky, Elisabeth was and remains a respected avant-garde artist, and an innovator of serialism itself.

  4. Composer Biography Written by: Julia Vide Elisabeth Lutyens, an English composer, was born on July 9th, 1906 in London. Elisabeth was the youngest daughter of architect Sir Edwin Lutyens. While her parents never showed any interest in music, they did make her learn the violin at age eight to stop her nail-biting habit.

  5. 18/05/2018 · Lutyens, (Agnes) Elisabeth (1906–83) English composer, daughter of Sir Edwin Lutyens. She worked mainly within the twelve-tone music system. Her works include various symphonies as well as Quincunx for Orchestra (1959–60) and the operas The Numbered and Isis and Osiris (both 1973).

  6. Elisabeth Lutyens was born on July 9, 1906 in Bloomsbury, London, England, UK. She was a composer, known for Mijn nachten met Susan, Olga, Albert, Julie, Piet & Sandra (1975), Never Take Candy from A Stranger (1960) and Paranoiac (1963). She was previously married to Edward Clark and Ian Glennie. She died on April 14, 1983 in Hampstead, London...

  7. Features Photos Discography Determined to be a composer from the age of 9, Elisabeth Lutyens went to Paris in 1922 to study at the Ècole Normale de Musique in Paris. On her return to London, she studied composition and the viola at the Royal College of Music from 1926-30.