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Ernest Bryson (30 March 1867 — 20 April 1942)
＝ Alternative Names/Transliterations: Robert Ernest Bryson
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- Jürgen Schaarwächter (for MPH) describes him as a wool merchant in Liverpool (and claims, in his book "Two Centuries of British Symphonism" (2015), that Bryson was born there, and came late to composition. Worldcat does not list an "Ernst Bryson" (without Robert) prior to the first symphony published 1909, but works by Robert Bryson are listed some 20 years earlier, ca.1890, suggesting that perhaps, even though Schaarwächter also gives "Ernest Robert Bryson", we may be speaking of two different people here- and perhaps that there might be an "Ernest Bryson", composer-attributed of the first symphony (and perhaps born in Liverpool?), who is not necessarily the same composer as "Robert Ernest Bryson" of Glasgow.)
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