excerpt from 'The music of Edmund Rubbra' pp. 6 (71 words)

excerpt from 'The music of Edmund Rubbra' pp. 6 (71 words)

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The music of Edmund Rubbra

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My father had had no musical training, but he played the piano “by ear”, and had a fund of popular tunes at his finger tips, although backed-up by sketchy harmonies in the left hand!  The most exciting musical event for him was the yearly visit to Northampton of the Carl Rosa Opera Company, and I often went with him to hear his favourite Verdi operas, Il Trovatore in particular.

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