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|Dyson's Canterbury Pilgrims at the Three Choirs Festival in Hereford|
|Sir George Dyson (1883–1964) is now principally remembered by the generations of grown-up schoolchildren who sang his many songs for educational use, and more recently by church choirs and congregations for his religious music. Dyson’s orchestral oeuvre (which includes a Violin Concerto, a Symphony in G and a host of smaller concertante and chamber works) is lamentably overlooked – though, during his lifetime, this music was once enthusiastically championed by the leading artists of the day including the violinist Albert Sammons.
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