Martin Shaw (composer)

Martin Shaw (composer)

Martin Edward Fallas Shaw OBE, FRCM (9 March 1875–24 October 1958) was an English composer, conductor and (in his early life) theatre producer. His over 300 published works include songs, hymns, carols, oratorios, several instrumental works, a congregational mass setting (the Anglican Folk Mass) and four operas including a ballad opera.

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