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Delius, Frederick Line breaks: Fred|erick De¦lius
Pronunciation: /ˈdiːlɪəs/

Definition of Delius, Frederick in English:

( 1862–1934), English composer, of German and Scandinavian descent. He is best known for pastoral works such as Brigg Fair (1907), but he also wrote songs, concertos, and choral and theatre music.

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