Alfred Redgrave Cripps

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Born: 1882

Died: 1950


Alfred Redgrave Cripps was born in Liverpool Gardens Worthing, Sussex, England. He was trained at the Royal College of Music, winning the Erard Exhibition. He was known as a recital pianist and as a writer on music. His compositions included works for piano, part-songs and songs. His most well-known vocal work was his song settings of Houseman texts, the “Shropshire Lad” songs.

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