Alice Hawthorne

Septimus Winner

Septimus Winner (11 mai 1827 - 22 novembre 1902) est un compositeur du XIXe siècle. Il est connu pour de nombreuses œuvres sous son propre nom mais aussi sous les pseudonymes d'Alice Hawthorne, Percy Guyer, Mark Mason, Apsley Street et Paul Stenton. Il fut aussi enseignant, musicien et éditeur de musique.

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