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Suite (1925)

By Constant Lambert

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Composed by Constant Lambert (1905-1951). Sheet Music. Composed 1925; First Performance: March 19th, 1925, performed by the composer. Duration circa 8 minutes. Edition Peters #EP71520. Published by Edition Peters (PE.P71520).

Item Number: PE.P71520

ISBN 979-0-57708-717-7.

Leonard Constant Lambert, composer, writer, and conductor, was born in London, on August 23rd, 1905. He was a student of Ralph Vaughan Williams, protege of Arthur Bliss, and close friend and rival of William Walton. The present Suite for piano was written when the composer was 19 years old. Constant Lambert died on August 21st, 1951 (as a result of pneumonia and undiagnosed diabetes, complicated by acute alcoholism), and was laid to rest in Brompton Cemetery, London.

for Solo Piano.