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Marriner, Sir Neville

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishMarriner, Sir NevilleSir Neville MarrinerMar‧ri‧ner, Sir Nev‧ille /ˈmærənə, ˈnevəl $ -nər/  (1924–) a British conductor (=someone who directs a group of musicians or singers) who started the Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields in London in 1959, which is known especially for performing baroque music
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