Anthony Lewis

(1915—1983) musician and founder of Musica Britannica

'Anthony Lewis' can also refer to...

Lewis, Anthony (1915)

RICHARDSON, Anthony (Lewis) (born 1950)

Lewis, Sir Anthony Carey (1915)

ROSE, Anthony Lewis de (1803 - 1886), Painter

Lewis, Sir Anthony (1915 - 1983), musicologist, conductor, music administrator, composer

LEWIS, Clive Anthony (born 1971), MP (Lab) Norwich South, since 2015

BEAUMONT, Lewis Anthony (1847 - 1922), Grand Officer, Legion of Honour

Lewis, Sir Anthony Carey (1915-1983), musician and founder of Musica Britannica

LEWIS, Anthony Robert (born 1938), writer; columnist, Western Mail newspaper and Wales Online, since 2015

ARTER, Anthony Lewis (born 1947), Pensions Ombudsman and Pension Protection Fund Ombudsman, since 2015

LEWIS, Anthony Carey (1915 - 1983), Principal of the Royal Academy of Music, 1968–82

LEWIS, John (Anthony) (born 1946), Principal, 1989–2006, Academy Adviser and School Improvement Partner, 2006–11, Dixons City Academy (formerly Technology College), Bradford

LEWIS, Anthony Meredith (born 1940), Senior Partner, 1986–89, Joint Senior Partner, 1989–94, Taylor Joynson Garrett

WILLIAMS, Anthony Lewis Elliott (1892 - 1975), Sub-Prelate, Order of St John of Jerusalem, since 1956

JONES, Richard Anthony Lewis (born 1961), Professor of Physics, since 1998, and Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Innovation, since 2009, University of Sheffield

LEWIS, Adam Anthony Murless - Serjeant Surgeon to the Queen, 2001–06; Consultant Surgeon, Royal Free Hospital, 1975–2006; Surgeon: St John and Elizabeth Hospital, London, 1975–2006; King Edward VII Hospital for Officers, London, 1991–2006

LEWIS, (Joseph) Anthony (1927 - 2013), writer; Chief London Correspondent, New York Times, 1965–72, editorial columnist, 1969–2001; Lecturer in Law, Harvard Law School, 1974–89; James Madison Visiting Professor, Columbia University, 1983–2008


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(b Bermuda, 1915; d Haslemere, 1983). Eng. conductor, composer, editor, and teacher. On BBC mus. staff 1935–46. Prof. of Mus., Birmingham Univ. 1947–68. Prin., RAM 1968–82. Composer of hn. and tpt. concs. Founder and ed. Musica Britannica. Cond. of many Handel opera revivals. Ed. of Handel operas, Purcell's Fairy Queen, etc. CBE 1967. Knighted 1972.

From The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music in Oxford Reference.

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