Category:Thomas Beecham

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Thomas Beecham, 2nd Baronet 
British conductor and impresario
Thomas Beecham (October 1910).jpg
Caricatura de sir Thomas Beecham, feta l'any 1910
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Date of birth29 April 1879
St Helens
Date of death8 March 1961
London
Cause of death
  • coronary thrombosis
Work period (start)
  • 1899
Work period (end)
  • 1961
Country of citizenship
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Occupation
Noble title
Father
  • Sir Joseph Beecham, 1st Baronet
Mother
  • Josephine Burnett
Child
Spouse
  • Utica Welles (1903–)
  • Betty Humby Beecham (1943–)
  • Shirley Jean Hudson (1959–)
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