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The man's name is Henry Wood, and he lives in lodgings in this same street in which the ladies met him.
Henry Wood, late of India, I believe," said Holmes, affably.
You see me now with my back like a camel and by ribs all awry, but there was a time when Corporal Henry Wood was the smartest man in the 117th foot.
Proms Encore 7pm Katie Derham is joined by jazz pianist Monty Alexander, conductor Ilan Volkov and music historian Dr Hannah French to celebrate the 150th birthday of Proms co-founder Henry Wood.
1895: The first London Promenade Concert took place, founded by Henry Wood and Robert Newman.
| 1895: The first London Promenade Concert took place, founded by Henry Wood (pictured) and Robert Newman, and played by an orchestra of 80 in the Queen's Hall.
1895: The first London Promenade Concert took place, founded by Henry Wood and Robert Newman, and played by an orchestra of 80 in the Queen's Hall.
MUSIC 1895 The first Proms Concert was held at the Queen's Hall, London, conducted by Henry Wood.
1895: The first London Promenade Concert, founded by Henry Wood and Robert Newman, took place in the Queen's Hall.
1904: The London Symphony Orchestra was formed by musicians who had left Henry Wood's orchestra after a disagreement.
Nicholson, 28, of Henry Wood Court, Saltney, appeared in the dock to plead not guilty to a charge of intending to pervert the course of justice relating to the events of January 6.
Promming - or standing to watch a concert - is a tradition that can be traced back to British founder and conductor Henry Wood, who conceived the idea in 1895.