Geoffrey Gilbert

Jeffrey Gilbert}}

|birth_place = Liverpool, England |background = non_vocal_instrumentalist |genre = Classical |instrument = Flute |occupation = Musician, professor |associated_acts = London Philharmonic Orchestra |death_date = |death_place = DeLand, Florida }} Geoffrey Winzer Gilbert (28 May 1914 – 1989) was an English flautist, who was a leading influence on British flute-playing, introducing a more flexible style, based on French techniques, with metal instruments replacing the traditional wood. He was a prominent member of five British symphony orchestras between 1930 and 1961, and in 1948 he founded a chamber ensemble of leading wind players.

After the Second World War Gilbert combined his playing career with teaching, holding appointments at music colleges in London, Manchester, and finally in Florida. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Gilbert, Geoffrey, 1674-1726
    Published 1792
    Dublin : Printed by Elizabeth Lynch, 1792.
    1 online resource ([334] p.)
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    by Gilbert, Geoffrey, 1674-1726
    Published 1903
    [Edinburgh : London : [Boston] : W. Green & Sons ; Stevens & Sons ; Agents for the United States of America, the Boston Book Co., 1903]
    1 v. ; 26 cm.
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    Published 1902
    [Edinburgh : London : [Boston] : W. Green & Sons ; Stevens & Sons ; Agents for the United States of America, the Boston Book Co., 1902]
    2 v. ; 26 cm.
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