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Bantock

/ ˈbæntɒk /

noun

  1. BantockSir Granville18681946MBritishMUSIC: composer Sir Granville . 1868–1946, British composer. His works include the Hebridean Symphony (1915), five ballets, and three operas


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Made the name of Bantock of importance in the history of the Georges.

You will be interested to find, Susannah, that the new Lady Bantock is not a stranger.

In dressing for Bantock Hall you will do well to follow her advice.

From the moment you give it—if you do give it—I shall be Lady Bantock, your mistress.

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