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Coleridge-Taylor

[kohl-rij-tey-ler] /ˈkoʊl rɪdʒˈteɪ lər/
noun
1.
Samuel, 1875–1912, English composer.
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  • It is now nineteen years since I first saw Coleridge-Taylor.

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  • Fortunate was Coleridge-Taylor to be born in Europe and to speak a universal tongue.

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  • Coleridge-Taylor's life work was not finished,—it was but well begun.

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  • Deep as was the primal tragedy in the life of Coleridge-Taylor, there lay another still deeper.

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  • Mr. Coleridge-Taylor has had a very rapid success with his "Hiawatha" music, whether of a more lasting kind remains to be proved.

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Coleridge-Taylor

/ˌkəʊlərɪdʒˈteɪlə/
noun
1.
Samuel. 1875–1912, British composer, best known for his trilogy of oratorios Song of Hiawatha (1898–1900)
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