Music: Musician with a K

In London, Sir Arnold Trevor Bax, 58, was appointed Master of the King's Musick, the 21st in an unbroken line since Charles II re-established the post in 1660. Famed as a poetic Neo-Celt composer, Sir Arnold has. never been obliged to earn his living, has never held any office before. His new job, the musical equivalent of Poet Laureate, has been a sinecure since Edward VII abolished State concerts. .


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