Geoffrey O'Hara


"Contes barbares" (1902), oil on canvas, 130 x 89 cm, of the painter Paul Gauguin, contemporary of O'Hara (Museum Folkwang, Essen)


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The musician Geoffrey O'Hara was a author of vocal and instrumental music; was born in Chatham on the second February 1882, the same year of the composers Abranyi (Ábrányi), Atanasov, Bergh, Bimboni, Bingham, Braunfels, Coates, Daffner, Farmer, Gnesin, Hageman, Kodály, Konjovic, Kricka, Kálmán, Laliberté, Lattuada, Lendvay, Lyford, Malipiero, Marinuzzi, Nef, Nerini, Pick-Mangiagalli, Powell, Radó, Safranek-Kavic, Saminsky, Stravinsky, Szymanowski, Turina y Perez. He died in St. Petersburg (Fla.) on the 31th Jenuary 1967

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Geoffrey O'Hara


"Peggy and the Pirate" was performed in 1927

"Riding Down the Sky" has been represented in 1928

"The Count and the Co-ed" was performed in 1929

"The Smiling Six-pence" has been represented in 1930

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