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Sargent, Sir Malcolm

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Pronunciation: /ˈsɑːdʒənt
 
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Definition of Sargent, Sir Malcolm in English:

( 1895–1967), English conductor and composer; full name Sir Henry Malcolm Watts Sargent. In 1921 he made an acclaimed debut conducting his own Impressions of a Windy Day. He was responsible for the BBC Promenade Concerts from 1948.

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