George H(oward) Clutsam


"A Carnival Evening" (1886), oil on canvas, 106.9 x 89.3 cm, of the painter Henri Rousseau, contemporary of Clutsam (Museum of Art, Philadelphia)


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The musician George H(oward) Clutsam, who wrote music for orchestra, chamber and vocal music, was born in Sydney on the 26th September 1866, the same year of the composers Abbiate, Baussnern, Berutti, Busoni, Cilea, Cole, Daneau, Doret, Drysdale, Duncan, Döbber, Fedeli, Felix, Hollaender, Kalinnikov, Kaskel, Korn, Lincke, Lucas, Rebikov, Röhr, Satie, Scharrer, Strauss. He died in Londra on the 17th November 1951

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George H(oward) Clutsam


"The Queen's Jester" has been represented in 1905

"A Summer Night" was performed on the 23rd of July 1910 in Londra

"After a Thousand Years" was performed in 1912

"König Harlekin" was performed in 1912 in Berlino

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