Born 12 October 1872 in Down Ampney, UK
Died 26 August 1958 in London, UK
Facts about Ralph Vaughan Williams
– Ralph Vaughan Williams received a doctorate from Cambridge University in 1901.
– After this, he became the organist for St. Barnabas Church in London.
– Williams served in the artillery during World War I.
– Vaughan Williams then became professor of composition at the Royal College of Music and conductor of London’s Bach Choir.
Fantastia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis
The Lark Ascending
Symphony No. 3 (Pastoral Symphony)
Five Variants of “Dives and Lazarus”