London, England, United Kingdom (1891 – 1975)
Arthur Edward Drummond Bliss, CH, KCVO (2nd August 1891-27th March 1975) was a British composer.
Born to an American father and English mother, Bliss went to Bilton Grange Preparatory School and Rugby before going up to Cambridge. He was destined to display characteristics of both nations, his profound romanticism balanced by an unquenchable energy and optimism. After studying at the Royal College of Music under Charles Villiers Stanford, he served as an infantry officer in the First World War.
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|1||Piano Concerto: Adagietto||
|2||The Beatitudes - I Got me Flowers to Strew Thy Way||
|3||Fanfare in honour of Sir Henry Wood's 75th birthday||
|4||March from Things To Come||
|5||The Beatitudes, F. 28: Prelude. A Troubled World||
|6||Birthday Fanfare for Sir Henry Wood||
|7||A Salute to Painting Fanfare||
|9||Fanfare to Precede the National Anthem||
|10||The Right of the Line Fanfare||
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