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Frank Winterbottom

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Biography

Frank Winterbottom (21 March 1861, London, Eng. – 15 January 1930) was a British composer, arranger, conductor and educator.

Winterbottom conducted the Royal Marines Band in Plymouth, United Kingdom from 1890 to 1910. He was also a teacher at the Royal Military School of Music in Kneller Hall.

Winterbottom composed several works for band, but his most significant contribution to the literature of the band lies in his many fine arrangements and transcriptions, over 300 of which were published by Boosey or Chappell.


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