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Delius

[dee-lee-uh s, deel-yuh s] /ˈdi li əs, ˈdil yəs/
noun
1.
Frederick, 1862–1934, English composer.
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Delius

/ˈdiːlɪəs/
noun
1.
Frederick. 1862–1934, English composer, who drew inspiration from folk tunes and the sounds of nature. His works include the opera A Village Romeo and Juliet (1901), A Mass of Life (1905), and the orchestral variations Brigg Fair (1907)
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