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A Pianoforte Recital by MILLICENT SILVER


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A Pianist at Three
Millicent Silver was born in London in 1905. She began playing the piano at the age of three and won her first prize in an open competition at six. Miss Silver gained an open scholarship at the Royal College of Music and the ' George Kialmark ' scholarship for another three years. During that time she won the Hopkinson Silver Medal and the Tagore' Gold Medal for being the best musician during 1928. She studied under Frederic Cliffe , Herbert Fryer , and Marmaduke Barton.
E. J. Moeran
Ernest John Moeran began to compose already during his schooldays at Uppingham, where music has always been enthusiastically cultivated. As with many other English composer, his original work goes hand-in-hand with an enthusiasm for native folk music ; that of Norfolk, where a good part of his life has been spent, has always attracted him.


Unknown: Millicent Silver
Unknown: George Kialmark
Unknown: Frederic Cliffe
Unknown: Herbert Fryer
Unknown: Marmaduke Barton.
Unknown: E. J. Moeran
Unknown: Ernest John Moeran

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