British music stars deceased in Cholera

Here are 1 famous musicians from United Kingdom died in Cholera:

John Foulds

John Foulds (November 2, 1880 Hulme-April 25, 1939 Kolkata) also known as John Herbert Foulds was a British composer. He had three children, Michael Raymond Foulds, John Patrick Foulds and Marybride Foulds.

His albums: Mirage / Three Mantras / Lyra Celtica / Apotheosis, Dynamic Triptych (City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra) and A World Requiem. Genres: Classical music.

John Foulds was born on November 2, 1880 in Hulme, Manchester, England, to a family of musicians. He began his musical career playing the violin in theaters and music halls. Later, he focused on composition and became well-known for his works in the early 20th century. Foulds traveled widely throughout his life, performing and conducting in Europe, the United States, and India.

Some of Foulds' most famous works include "Dynamic Triptych," "Three Mantras," and "Le Cabaret." He also wrote orchestral pieces, chamber music, piano works, and songs. Foulds was greatly influenced by Indian classical music and Hindu philosophy. His interest in Eastern music led him to live and work in India for several years, where he composed his most famous work, "A World Requiem."

Despite his contributions to the field of classical music, Foulds was often overlooked during his lifetime. He died on April 25, 1939, in Kolkata, India, at the age of 58.

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