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Official site maintained by his primary publisher, Alfred Lengnick and Co., a division of Complete Music Ltd. Includes Biography, complete list of works, and publishers.

Edmund Rubbra (1901 - 1986)

Edmund Rubbra (1901 - 1986): English composer of 164 opi for solo instruments, chamber groups, voice, choir (liturgical and secular). Biography, complete list of works, publishers.

20th Century - Anthems - British - Buckinghamshire - Cello - Chamber Music - Choral - Classical - Composer - English - Guildhall School Of Music - Liturgical - Northampton - Part Songs - Piano - Recorder - Royal College Of Music - Secular - Song - String Quartet - Violin

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