/ (ˈrɔːsˌθɔːn) /
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Alan . 1905–71, English composer, whose works include three symphonies, several concertos, and a set of Symphonic Studies (1939)
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There are portraits of Henrietta Moraes, Isabel Rawsthorne, and George Dyer in the show.
Rawsthorne, then Colonel, was in chief command during the second siege.The Great Civil War in Lancashire (1642-1651)|Ernest Broxap