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April 8

Sir Adrian Boult

1889 – Sir Adrian Boult was born in Chester, England. He was conductor of the City of Birmingham Orchestra, musical director of the BBC, conductor of the BBC Symphony Orchestra, and conductor of the London Philharmonic. He was an active Unitarian layman.

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