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Maconchy

/ (məˈkɒŋkɪ) /
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noun
Dame Elizabeth, married name Elizabeth LeFanu. 1907–94, British composer of Irish parentage; noted esp for her chamber music, which includes 13 string quartets and Romanza (1980) for viola and ensemble
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  • Even Father Maconchy's reading of the situation was intelligent compared to that.

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