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Frederick Delius is an English Romantic composer, whose best pieces include 'A Mass of Life' and 'A Village Romeo and Juliet'. Find out more about the man and his most famous music with our handy guide.
When, after years of ill health, Delius became unable to write, in 1928 a young Yorkshireman, Eric Fenby, went to Grez to act as his amenuensis, which enabled him to compose several more quite substantial pieces
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