Margaret Hubicki (1915-2006), born Margaret Mullins, was a British modern classical composer. Born in Hampstead, north London, to an English father and Scottish mother, she studied piano and composition at the Royal Academy of Music with Victor Booth and Benjamin Dale. Many of her finest chamber works date from the late 1930s, including a Piano Sonata (1935), based on Dale's massive Sonata. She made an orchestration of Irish Fantasy (originally conceived for piano), which was premiered by Sir Malcolm Sargent and later taken up by Sir Henry Wood.
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