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Mátyás György Seiber (4 May 1905 – 24 September 1960) was a Hungarian-born composer who lived and worked in England from 1935 onward.
Seiber's music is eclectic in style, showing the influences of jazz, Bartók and Schoenberg. His output includes Ulysses (1947), a cantata on words by James Joyce and a clarinet concertino; scores to animated films, including Animal Farm (1954); a setting of the Scottish "poet and tragedian" William McGonagall's work, The Famous Tay…
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