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Joan Trimble

Significant for such piano, chamber music, and orchestral compositions because the Humours of Carrick (1938), Phantasy Trio (1940) and Suite for Strings (1951), this North Irish composer can be remembered on her behalf skill like a pianist. She received her musical teaching in the Royal Irish Academy of Music; Trinity University, Dublin; and London’s Royal University of Music. In the urging of composer Arthur Benjamin, she and her sister Valerie shaped an acclaimed piano duo that performed throughout European countries. Her 1957 function “Blind Raftery” was the 1st televised operatic structure written by a female. The girl of newspapers publisher Egbert Trimble and violinist Marie Trimble, she spent her youngsters in Enniskillen, Region Fermanagh, North Ireland. Her relationship to doctor John Gant created three children. United kingdom composer Ralph Vaughan Williams was among her teachers in the Royal University of Music.

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