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Bee·cham

 (bē′chəm), Sir Thomas 1879-1961.
British conductor who founded the London Philharmonic (1932) and the Royal Philharmonic (1946) orchestras and helped popularize the works of Frederick Delius.

Beecham

(ˈbiːtʃəm)
n
(Biography) Sir Thomas. 1879–1961, English conductor who did much to promote the works of Delius, Sibelius, and Richard Strauss

Bee•cham

(ˈbi tʃəm)

n.
Sir Thomas, 1879–1961, English conductor.
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Classical Beecham Collection "Live Recordings" Beecham / RPO / BBC SO (SOMM SOMM-BEECHAM 32) Sir Thomas Beecham may now be most fondly remembered as a passionate advocate, and unmatched interpreter, of Delius.
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He added: "She was raped by Beecham, aided and abetted by Williams, who took photos.
Cardiff Crown Court heard Beecham had thousands of child abuse images on his computers.
Sir Thomas Beecham was one of the most flamboyant and popular British conductors of the 20th century, famous for his wealthy background (he was the heir to the Beecham Pills fortune), his wit and the women in his life.
exclaimed Thomas Beecham, as he prepared to bring in his orchestra at the start of a concert.