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    Though respected for his interpretations of works that range across the entire repertoire, conductor Dennis Russell Davies is particularly well known for his skillful presentations of new music. He has conducted the premieres of works by several major composers of the 20th century and has a substantial recording catalog.
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    Genealogy profile for William Davis Holland William Davis Holland ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for William Davis Holland ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
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    Mar 11,  · Early on 5 May of , a few minutes before 7am, year-old Lord William Russell was found dead in his bed at his house, No. 14, Norfolk Street, Park Lane (now known as Dunraven Street). Lord Russell was the eldest son of John Russell, the 4th Duke of Bedford, and a well-known aristocratic and longtime parliamentarian.
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    Find Dennis Russell Davies credit information on AllMusic. Album Artist Charles Ives: A Concord Symphony: Dennis Russell Davies: Primary Artist, Conductor: From the Philip Glass Recording Archive, Vol. 2: Orchestral Music: Dennis Russell Davies / ORF.
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    Dec 16,  · Holland became the first black man to sing at Paris's L'Opera Comique in and was a leading tenor with the Nederlandsche Opera in Amsterdam, the Norske Opera in Oslo and other European companies.
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    Sir Charles Dominic Russell, 4th Bt. was born on 28 May 1 He is the son of Sir Charles Ian Russell, 3rd Bt. and Rosemary Prestige. 2 He married Sarah Jane Murray Chandor, daughter of Anthony Chandor, in 1 He and Sarah Jane Murray Chandor were divorced in 1.
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    Jul 17,  · William Russell, Lord Russell, (born Sept. 29, —died July 21, , London, Eng.), English Whig politician executed for allegedly plotting to murder King Charles II and his Roman Catholic brother James, Duke of York.