Sir Malcolm Sargent
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Born in Stamford, Lincolnshire
Born on 29th of April 1895
Died on 3rd of October 1967

Born 1895. Died 1967 - English conductor.

Studied as an organist. First appeared as a conductor in 1921. Was conductor of Royal Choral Society, Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and BBC Symphony Orchestra. From 1948 conducted the London Promenade Concerts.

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