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William Wallace was born in Scotland in 1860. This composer belonged to the Modern (Serious) period, and died in 1940. William Wallace

William Wallace  (1860-1940) was born in Scotland. He was a Scottish classical composer and writer. He served as Dean of the Faculty of Music in the University of London. At first he studied ophthalmology at the University of Glasgow, and in Vienna and Paris. He became a qualified ophthalmic surgeon. In 1889 he entered the Royal Academy in London to study music. Wallace was greatly influenced by Franz Liszt, and was an early (though not the first) composer of symphonic poems in Britain. (Thanks to Wikipedia)

Works written by Wallace      
Audio is available for 1 tunes by this composer.
No.Name of WorkCategoryEnsembleSoloInstrument
1 Blue Bells of ScotlandShort PieceSoloPiano
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