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Harold Samuel (1879 - 1937)

Harold Samuel apparently went to Vienna at an early age to study, but a serious illness made him return home. He studied the piano with Mathilde Verne (1865–1936), but did not enter the Royal College of Music until he was seventeen, the year after Eduard Dannreuther (1844–1905) was appointed as Professor of Piano. Apart from giving the British premières of concertos by Tchaikovsky, Liszt and Grieg, Dannreuther lectured on and performed Bach, and Samuel’s natural affinity for this composer was brought out in his studies with Dannreuther. At the Royal College of Music Samuel also studied composition with Charles Villiers Stanford and was influenced by Hubert Parry.



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