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Bantock

(ˈbæntɒk)
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(Biography) Sir Granville. 1868–1946, British composer. His works include the Hebridean Symphony (1915), five ballets, and three operas
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Along with East Park, Bantock Park and Pendeford Mill nature reserve, West Park is also a Green Flag award winner for being one of the best green spaces in the world.
Wolverhampton Council is considering removing the decades-old trees skirting the entrance route to Bantock Park, off Finchfield Road, to create 70 new parking spaces.
Wolverhampton's Bantock House is staging an exhibition of every Punch and Judy.
I was particularly interested to see what Paul Watt might have to say about my own interest in the Newman story--his almost symbiotic relationship with Bantock before World War I (I explore it in "Granville Bantock and Ernest Newman: The Role of a Press Champion in Promoting a Composer in the Early Twentieth Century" [British Music: The Journal of the British Music Society 29 (2007): 6-27]), and, at the other end of Newman's life, the appointment of Felix Aprahamian to the Sunday Times reviewing team in 1949.
Closer to home are a couple of books about Sir Granville Bantock, the polymath musician who played such an important role in the history of music in Birmingham during the first third of the 20th century.
"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".
0121 605 5116 MUSIC A Celebration of Granville Bantock NOT only was Granville a former principal of Birmingham Conservatoire but he also cofounded the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.
This destructive power of the sea is also considered in chapter 2 by Jennifer Oates, who explores Granville Bantock's Hebridean Symphony (1915) in relation to the idea of the "Celtic North" (see Aidan J.
The movie reminded me of one of my favorite books, 'Griffin and Sabine' by Nick Bantock. True enough, the writer-director of the film, Ice Idanan, told me that she drew inspiration from Bantock's work.
For some years until 1937 the composer Sir Granville Bantock and his family rented it.
Todd Mawayo, 45, of Bantock Road, Tile Hill, admitted being drunk in charge of a vehicle.