Chalmers Clifton

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Chalmers Dancy Clifton (April 30, 1889, Jackson, Mississippi – June 19, 1966, New York City)[1] was an American conductor and composer. Born in Jackson, Mississippi, he wrote a number of orchestral works, and some chamber music as well. He served on the jury deciding the Pulitzer Prize in Music for a number of years.


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