Sir Arnold Edward Trevor Bax, KCVO (8 November 1883-3 October 1953), was an English composer and poet. His musical style blended elements of Romanticism and Impressionism, always with a strong Celtic influence. His orchestral scores are noted for their complexity and colourful instrumentation. Bax-s poetry and stories, which he wrote under the pseudonym of Dermot O-Byrne, reflect his profound affinity with Irish poet William Butler Yeats and are largely written in the tradition of the Irish Literary Revival
Medical practitioner who is regarded as the father of medicine
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