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Frederic Curzon (Composer)

Born: 4th September 1899, London

Died: 6th December 1973, Bournemouth, UK

Nationality: English

Frederic Curzon was an English composer, conductor and musician.

He was born in London in 1899, and died at Bournemouth in 1973. Curzon had a life largely associated with music - besides composing, he conducted and was both a pianist and a noted organist. His early life was largely in the theatre, where he was musical director in several London West End theatres. He was the organist at Shepherds Bush Pavilion for many years and from 1939 and throughout the war conducted at Llandudno Pier.

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