Sir Edward Jones


"Lilacs in a Vase" (1882), oil on canvas, 54 x 42 cm, of the painter Edouard Manet, contemporary of Jones (Nationalgalerie, Berlin)


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The musician Sir Edward (German Edward) Jones, who wrote music for orchestra, chamber and vocal music, was born in Whitchurch on the 17th February 1862, the same year of the composers Balanchivadze, Behm, Berutti, Damrosch, Debussy, Delius, Emmanuel, Ganne, Greef, Harriss, Klose, Koch, Kovarovic, Lavrangas, Leborne, Marshall-Hall, Maurice, O'Dwyer, Pizzi, Reiter, Vanzo. He died in Londra on the 11th November 1936

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Sir Edward Jones


"The Two Poets" has been performed in July 1886 in Londra (Royal Academy of Music)

"The Rival Poets" was performed in 1901 in Londra (St. George's Hall)

"The Emerald Isle" was performed on the 27th of April 1901 in Londra (Savoy Theatre)

"Merrie England" was performed on the 2nd of April 1902 in Londra (Savoy Theatre)

"A Princess of Kensington" was performed on the 22nd of Jenuary 1903 in Londra (Savoy Theatre)

"Tom Jones" was performed on the 3rd of April 1907 in Manchester

"Fallen Fairies" was performed on the 15th of December 1909 in Londra (Savoy Theatre)

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