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Flowers, George Frenchlocked

(1811–1872)
  • L. M. Middleton
  • , revised by David J. Golby

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Flowers, George French (1811–1872), composer and musical theorist, was born on 28 June 1811 in Boston, Lincolnshire, the fourth son of Field Flowers, later rector of Partney. He studied music with C. H. Rinck and Schnyder von Wartensee in Germany, and went on to graduate BMus from ...

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