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Smyth, Dame Ethel (Mary)locked

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(b London, 22 April 1858; d Woking, 8 May 1944). English composer and writer. Though persistently neglected by the musical establishment, she was a significant and vital voice of the British musical renaissance. During her lifetime she received critical acclaim for her music and her autobiographical and polemical writings, as well as a reputation for militancy through her insistent demand for recognition for herself and other female musicians....

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