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John Blackwood McEwen (Composer)

Born: 13th April 1866, Hawick, Scotland

Died: 14th June 1948, London

Nationality: Scottish

Sir John Blackwood McEwen was a Scottish classical composer and educator. He was professor of harmony and composition at the Royal Academy of Music, London, from 1898 to 1924, and principal from 1924 to 1936. He was a prolific composer, but made few efforts to bring his music to the notice of the general public.

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