Person    | Male  Born 27/11/1804  Died 5/6/1885

Sir Julius Benedict

Categories: Music / songs

Countries: Germany

Conductor and composer.
Born Stuttgart. Settled in London in 1834. His works include the opera The Lily of Killarney. Died at home, 2 Manchester Square.

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