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Chisholm, Erik Williamlocked

(1904–1965)
  • Raymond Holden

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Chisholm, Erik William (1904–1965), composer and conductor, was born on 4 January 1904 at 2 Balmoral Villas, Cathcart, Glasgow, son of John Chisholm, master house painter, and his wife, Elizabeth McGeachy Macleod. His formal schooling was short: at the age of thirteen he was removed from ...

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