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Sargent, Sir Malcom

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishSargent, Sir MalcomSir Malcom SargentSargent, Sir Mal‧colm /ˈmælkəm/  (1895–1967) a British conductor (=someone who directs a group of musicians) known especially for being the conductor in charge of the proms from 1957 to 1967. He was very popular with the people who came to these concerts, and he always made an amusing speech at the final concert each summer, the last night of the proms.
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