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Arthur Seymour Sullivan
[Arthur Seymour Sullivan]
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May 13, 1842 - November 22, 1900
Noted operatic and choral composer, First Principal of the National Training School of Music (1876-81) and composer of St. Gertrude, to which Sabine Baring-Gould added the words "Onward Christian Soldiers", Sullivan is best remembered for his partnership with British playwright Sir William S. Gilbert and their production of fourteen comic operas.
Grand Organist: 1874
United Grand Lodge of England

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