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Gerald Finzi is best known for his Clarinet Concerto, Five Bagatelles and his choral works. But there's more to discover about this British composer.
In 1925, at the suggestion of Adrian Boult, Finzi took a course in counterpoint and then moved to London, where he was introduced to Holst, Bliss and Vaughan Williams, who obtained a teaching post for Finzi at the Royal Academy of Music. Finzi and Vaughan Williams are pictured here together.
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