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Compositions by W. H. Bell

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Biography of W. H. Bell

Bell, William Henry. F.R.A.M., F.R.C.M. Chorister at St. Albans Grammar School; St. Albans Cathedral; studied at the Royal Academy of Music, London, under Dr Charles Steggall (organ), Alfred Burnett (violin), Alfred Izard (piano), Frederick Corder (composition) and Sir Charles V. Stanford (counterpoint). Professor of harmony at the Royal Academy of Music, London, 1903-12; principal of the Cape Town School of Music, South Africa, 1912-; dean there on its merger with Cape Town University. Returned to England on his retirement, 1936, but later returned to South Africa. Composed a suit for orchestra, symphonies, operas, chamber music, &c. b. St. Albans, England, Aug. 20th, 1873; d. Gordon’s Bay, Cape Town, South Africa, Apr. 13th, 1946.

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Bell, William Henry (1873-1946)
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