- Frederic Curzon
Frederic Curzon was an English composer, conductor and musician. He was born in
Londonin 1899, and died on 6 December 1973 at Bournemouth.
Curzon had a life largely associated with music - besides composing, he conducted and was both a pianist and a noted organist. His early life was largely in the theatre, where he was musical director in several
London West Endtheatres. In 1938, he moved to the radio. The music he wrote was mainly of the English light musicgenre, but he also wrote for films, radio and the theatre.
* "The Boulevardier"
* "Robin Hood Suite"
* "Charm of Youth Suite"
* "Dance of the Ostracized Imp"
* "Cascade Waltz"
* "Bravada (Paro Doble)"
* "Oxford Companion to Popular Music" by Peter Gammond - Published by OUP 1991 - ISBN 0-19-280004-3
* Program notes of CD "British Light Music - Frederick Curzon" - Marco Polo 8226-3425
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