Person    | Male  Died 1787

Stephen Paxton

Categories: Music / songs

Stephen Paxton

Musician.

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Stephen Paxton

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Burdett-Coutts Memorial Sundial

This elaborate piece of high Victoriana was designed by George Highton of Bri...

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original HMV store

original HMV store

Londonist writes: "The building was destroyed on Boxing Day 1937 and reopened in 1939. HMV's flagship store moved (slightly) to 150 Oxford Street, but the old address was reacquired in 2013, and re...

Place, Commerce, Music / songs

1 memorial
Jackie Free

Jackie Free

Trombonist. Born Pearcroft Road, Leytonstone. He learnt to play in the local Boys Brigade band, and during his national service in the R.A.F. he played with many service bands. A high spot for him ...

Person, Music / songs

1 memorial
Bela Bartok

Bela Bartok

Composer and pianist. Born Béla Viktor János Bartók in Nagyszentmiklós in the Kingdom of Hungary (now Romania). He was greatly influenced by Zoltán Kodály and they travelled together, collecting fo...

Person, Music / songs, Seriously Famous, Hungary, USA

2 memorials
Sir John Barbirolli, C. H.

Sir John Barbirolli, C. H.

Conductor Laureate, Hallé Orchestra, and cellist.  Born Southampton Row, as Giovanni Battista Barbirolli, of a musical Italian family.

Person, Music / songs, Italy

4 memorials
Sir Michael Costa

Sir Michael Costa

Conductor and composer. Born as Michaele Andrea Agniello Costa in Naples, Italy. Prolific writer of operas, symphonies and cantatas, now all virtually forgotten. He moved to Britain in 1830 and bec...

Person, Music / songs, Italy

1 memorial