Caroline Holland

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Born: 1834

Died: 1909


Caroline Holland was the daughter of Sir Henry Holland, 1st Baronet, Physician Extraordinary to William IV and to Queen Victoria. She was a successful amateur composer and conductor of “Miss Holland’s Choir.” In annual concerts, her choir was known for performing British premiers of music by Grieg, Rheinberger, Tinel, etc. She composed a cantata, music for chorus and orchestra, songs, part-songs, and other works. She authored Notebooks of a Spinster Lady, published posthumously.

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