(1904-1965)

Erik Chisholm was the leading Scottish modernist composer and a promoter of modernist music of international significance. He was also a vital force in the revival of operas. He brought Bartok, Hindemith and Casella to Scotland, rescued Walton in a performance of Facade; and it was for him Sorabji deigned to perform his Opus Clavicembalisticum. He was a founder of the Celtic Ballet.

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