Kellow John Pye

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Born: 1812

Died: 1901


He was apparently the first pupil when the Royal Academy of Music, London opened in 1823. He was a director of the Academy in 1868 and was also a MusB. Among his instrumental works are "Three melodies for flute & piano".

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