Cyril Scott  (1879-1970)
Last updated: 03.07.20
According to The New Penguin Dictionary of Music, Cyril [Meir] Scott was an English composer who trained mainly in Germany and won considerable success there and in England up to about 1930 - particularly with songs and piano pieces; nicknamed the "English Debussy". Also composed three operas (only one produced in Germany); piano concertos and various other concertos; choral works; two string trios and other chamber music. Writer on music and also on occultism, food reform, etc.
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This edition: ED 10330.
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