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  • Later in the year, she traveled to London to broadcast her lecture-recitals for the BBC, as well as to conduct works including Schütz, Fauré and Lennox Berkeley.Nadia Boulanger-Wikipedia
  • Even composers not directly associated with the 'pastoral' tradition, such as Arnold Bax, Lennox Berkeley and Arthur Bliss, were attracted to Housman's poetry.A. E. Housman-Wikipedia
  • In 1936 the British composers Lennox Berkeley and Benjamin Britten visited a folk dance festival on the mountain while attending a music festival in Barcelona.Montjuïc-Wikipedia
  • The composer Lennox Berkeley wrote of him, "All through his life, he was content to use conventional harmony, but his use of it was so individual, so immediately recognizable as his own, that it gave his music freshness and validity."Francis Poulenc-Wikipedia
  • Berkeley is the eldest of the three sons of Elizabeth Freda (née Bernstein) (1923–2016) and the composer Sir Lennox Berkeley.Michael Berkeley-Wikipedia
  • Bream's collaborations with tenor Peter Pears also resulted in song cycles by Britten, Lennox Berkeley and others.Classical guitar-Wikipedia

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