Adrian Boult

Adrian Boult
Born: 1889
Died: 1983

Boult was one of the UK’s greatest conductors with a repertoire that embraced a huge amount of new music. An exponent of Elgar’s music, Boult also gave UK premieres of music by Bartók, Stravinsky and the Second Viennese School.

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Sir Adrian Boult, champion of new music, by Philip Clark (Gramophone, January 2013)

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