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Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry
(1848 - 1918)

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1848 Born 27 February in Bournemouth
1861 A student at Eton, Parry takes music lessons from George Job Elvey.
1864 Earns a Bachelorís of Music from Oxford
1867 Enters Exeter College, Oxford
1873 Begins studies with Edward Danreuther in London; joins the Wagner Society
1893 Book, The Art of Music, published
1894 Appointed director of the Royal College of Music
1898 Appointed Professor of Music at Oxford
1898 Knighted
1902 Book, The Music of the Seventeenth Century, published
1903 Made a baronet
1908 Physical breakdown
1918 Dies 7 October, in Rustington, Sussex
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