Alick Maclean


"The Card Players" (1892), oil on canvas, 47 x 56 cm, of the painter Paul Cézanne, contemporary of Maclean (Musee du Louvre, Paris)

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The musician Alick (Alexander) Maclean (Morarven), who wrote music for orchestra, chamber and vocal music, was born in Eton on the 20th July 1872, the same year of the composers Austin, Binicki, Borowski, Busser, Galeotti, Graener, Hausegger, Höeberg, Joteyko, Kaiser, Lamote de Grignon, Lorentz, Moyzes, Möllendorf, Sekles, Séverac. He died in Londra on the 18th May 1936

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Alick Maclean

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"Crichton" has been represented in (?)

"Quentin Durward" has been represented in 1892

"Petruccio" was performed on the 29th of June 1895 in Londra

"The King's Price" was performed on the 29th of April 1904 in Londra

"Die Liebesgeige" was performed in Mainz on the 15th of April 1906

"Maître Seiler" was performed in Londra on the 20th of August 1909

"Wald-Idyll" was performed on the 23rd of March 1913 in Mainz

"Quentin Durward" (rev) was performed on the 13rd of Jenuary 1920


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