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Smyth, Ethel, 1858-1944

LC control no.n 81018258
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LC classificationML410.S66 Biography
Personal name headingSmyth, Ethel, 1858-1944
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Variant(s)Smyth, Ethel Mary, Dame, 1858-1944
Smyth, Ethyl, 1858-1944
Associated countryEngland Great Britain
Birth date1858-04-22
Death date1944-05-08
Place of birthSidcup (London, England)
Place of deathWoking (England)
Field of activityArt music Dramatic music
Composition (Music)
Profession or occupationComposers Suffragists
Found inHer Impression that remained, 1919.
Grove music online, Feb. 23, 2004 (Smyth, Dame Ethel (Mary); b. Apr. 22, 1858, London, d. May 8, 1944, Woking; English composer and writer)
Women's Philharmonic, November 20, 1993 [SR] 1993: container (Ethyl Smyth)
Wikipedia, November 15, 2019 (Ethel Smyth; Dame Ethel Mary Smyth, DBE; 22 April 1858-8 May 1944; English composer and a member of the women's suffrage movement; born Sidcup, United Kingdom; died Woking, United Kingdom; nationality: British; occupation: Composer, Suffragette; Smyth had several passionate affairs in her life, most of them with women; was made a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) in 1922, becoming the first female composer to be awarded a damehood; categories include: British suffragists, English classical composers, Feminist musicians, Feminist writers, Lesbian musicians, LGBT composers, LGBT musicians from England, Musicians from Kent, Musicians from London, English opera composers, Female classical composers, Women autobiographers, English women writers, Female opera composers)
Associated languageeng