Definition of Beecham, Sir Thomas in English:

Beecham, Sir Thomas

Line breaks: Sir Thomas Bee|cham
Pronunciation: /ˈbiːtʃəm
 
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  • (1879–1961), English conductor and impresario, founder of the London Philharmonic (1932) and the Royal Philharmonic (1947). He did much to stimulate interest in new or neglected composers such as Sibelius, Delius, and Richard Strauss.

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