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Pamela Harrison

Pamela Harrison

Pamela Harrison


Pamela Harrison (born 28 Nov 1915, Orpington - died 28 Aug 1990, Firle, East Sussex) was an English pianist, music teacher and composer. She studied with Gordon Jacob and Arthur Benjamin at the Royal College of Music in London. During World War II, she worked as a school teacher. Harrison's work was influenced by composers including E.J. Moeran, Arnold Bax and John Ireland, and French music. She made her debut as a composer with String Quartet in 1944 at the National Gallery concerts. Read more on Last.fm
Pamela Harrison (born 28 Nov 1915, Orpington - died 28 Aug 1990, Firle, East Sussex) was an English pianist, music teacher and composer. She studied with Gordon Jacob and Arthur Benjamin at the Royal College of Music in London. During World War II, she worked as a school teacher. Harrison's work was influenced by composers including E.J. Moeran, Arnold Bax and John Ireland, and French music. She made her debut as a composer with String Quartet in 1944 at the National Gallery concerts.

She went on to produce a variety of music, including chamber, orchestral and vocal music, with settings including Baudelaire, Herrick, Dowson and Edward Thomas. Her work for small orchestra, A Suite for Timothy, was composed for the first birthday of her son. In 1990 Harrison died in a car accident in Firle, East Sussex. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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