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According to The Oxford Companion to Music, Stanley Bate was born in Plymouth and died in London aged forty-six. He begabn as a pianist, won a scholarship for compositon at the Royal College of Music, where he studied under Ralph Vaughan Williams, and then, with a travelling scholarship, went abroad, taking further lessons from Nadia Boulanger and others. His varied output includes 4 symphonies, concertos, incidental music, chamber music, and songs. From 1946 to 1950 he was resident in USA.
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