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Christopher Steel (Composer)

Born: 31st December 1938

Died: 31st December 1991, Cheltenham, England

Nationality: English

Charles Christopher Steel was a British composer of classical music.

Steel was born in London, and educated at Shrewsbury School. In 1957 he enrolled at the Royal Academy of Music, studying under John Gardner with the aid of a scholarship, and four years later in Munich with Harald Genzmer, who was a protégé of Hindemith. He then returned to England, where he taught and composed for the remainder of his life.

Early works include the Sonatinas for piano and clarinet.

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