Diana Poulton

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Diana Poulton, also known as Edith Eleanor Diana Chloe Poulton (18 April 1903, Storington – 15 December 1995, Heyshott)[1] was an English lutenist and musicologist.[2] A leading member of the early music revival a pupil and later an associate of Arnold Dolmetsch, she played a key role in the revival of the popularity of the lute and its music. She was married to the illustrator Tom Poulton. Recently Diana Poulton has been the subject of a full-length biography by Thea Abbott.[3]

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  1. ^ Randel, Don Michael (2003). The Harvard Dictionary of Music. Belknap Press. ISBN 0-674-01163-5.
  2. ^ Curry (1996)
  3. ^ Abbott (2013)

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