Standard Name: Hess, Myra
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Ivy Compton-Burnett||
Five years after Ivy came home from college, her mother's death left her, her brother Noel, and Martyn Mowll as joint trustees and guardians of her four younger sisters: Vera , Judy , Topsy ...
|Friends, Associates||Eleanor Farjeon||
Back in London she acquired a circle of largely musical friends, many of them later well-known names, including Myra Hess and Clifford and Arnold Bax . Later this circle expanded to include literary people: Viola Meynell
|Intertextuality and Influence||Noel Streatfeild||
Apple Bough, 1962 (illustrated by Margery Gill , published as Traveling Shoes in the USA), is remarkable from a feminist point of view for the name of the youngest child in the central family...
Pianist Myra Hess began giving special wartime after-work concerts, starting at 5:30, at the National Gallery (from which the most precious pictures had already been removed as a precaution against destruction by bombs).
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