Ethel Barnsaus neue Musik

Ethel Barns (5. Dezember 1873; † 31. Dezember 1948) war eine englische Geigerin, Pianistin und Komponistin.


Sie wurde in London geboren und trat als Teenager in die Royal Academy of Music ein, wo sie bei Emile Sauret Violine, Ebenezer Prout Komposition und Frederick Westlake Klavier studierte.

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Ethel Barns (5 December 1873; † 31 December 1948) was an English violinist, pianist and composer.


She was born in London and entered the Royal Academy of Music at as a teenager, where she studied with Emile Sauret for violin, Ebenezer Prout for composition and Frederick Westlake for piano.

Barns made her debut as a violinist at The Crystal Palace in London in 1896, and toured in England and the United States. While on tour, Barns sometimes accompanied prominent opera singer, Adelina Patti. Barns was a member of the first council of the Society of Women Musicians, which was founded in 1911. Barns became a professor at the Royal Academy of Music and died in Maidenhead on 31 December 1948.
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