Diana Poulton

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]

She was a pupil of Arnold Dolmetsch and became a leading member of the early music revival. 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.

BibliographyEdit

Recently Diana Poulton has been the subject of a full-length biography by Thea Abbott.[3]

FootnotesEdit

  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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