Martin Shaw


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Martin (Edward Fallas) Shaw, author of instrumental and vocal music, was born in Londra on the 9th March 1875, the same year of the composers Agostini, Alfano, Coleridge-Taylor, Courvoisier, Darzins, Eisler, Fano, Février, Glier, Horák, Huszka, Ketèlbey, Kreisler, Labey, Mariotte, Melartin, Montemezzi, Nouguès, Ollone, Pacchierotti, Panizza, Ravel, Riccitelli, Rootham, Rubens, Rôze, Scheinpflug, Szulc, Tovey, Valverde Sanjuán. He died in Southwold (Sussex) on the 24th October 1958

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"Mr. Pepys" was performed on the 11th of February 1926 in Londra

"The Thorn of Avalon" was performed in 1931

"The Rock" was performed in 1934

"Mastre Valiant" was performed in 1936


"The little vagabond", published in 1923, text of William Blake (1757-1827)

"Easter Carol", text of Christina Georgina Rossetti (1830-1894)

"Up the aery mountain", published in 1920, text of William Allingham (1824-1889)

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"Table, Napkin, and Fruit" (1895), oil on canvas, 47 x 56 cm, of the painter Paul Cezanne, contemporary of Shaw (The Barnes Foundation, Merion)

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