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Bantock

(ˈbæntɒk)
n
(Biography) Sir Granville. 1868–1946, British composer. His works include the Hebridean Symphony (1915), five ballets, and three operas
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In 1900, Edward Elgar recommended Granville Bantock as the school's first paid principal and in 1902 Elgar was named the official "Visitor to the School".
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Oates concludes by drawing a parallel between composers such as Bantock, Bax, Joseph Holbrooke.
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His musicological background undergirds the choice of foci, as his earlier publications on the music of Edward Elgar, Hubert Parry, and Granville Bantock attest to his musical expertise even as he now undertakes the study of poetic and fictional influences upon them.
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Composers studied are Hubert Parry, Edward Elgar, Charles Villiers Stanford, and Granville Bantock.
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I find myself more and more intrigued," said Dr Cuillin Bantock of the North London Polytechnic, whose research has shown that things on Steep Holm are a little "different".