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 (tăv′ə-nər, tăv′nər), Sir John 1944-2013.
British composer noted for his choral compositions, including the cantata The Whale (1967) and the song cycle Innocence (1994), based on the poems of William Blake.

Tavener

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(Biography) Sir John (Kenneth). 1944–2013, English composer, whose works include the cantata The Whale (1966), the opera Thérèse (1979), and the choral work The Last Discourse (1998); many of his later works are inspired by the liturgy of the Russian Orthodox Church
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