Rosalind Frances Ellicott

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Born: 1856

Died: 1924


Rosalind Frances Ellicott was born in Cambridge, England, and studied piano at the Royal Academy of Music as well as with well-known pianists of the time. She experienced success with her early works and was commissioned to compose works for the Gloucester and Cheltenham Festivals. She gave concerts of her music at Queen’s Hall, London, and a series of chamber music concerts in Gloucester. She retired from active musical work in 1900 and died in Seasalter. Included in her compositions are cantatas, a fantasy for piano and orchestra, overtures, trios, a violin sonata, piano quartet, string quartet, songs and part-songs.

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