Bennett

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Ben·nett

(ben'ĕt),
Norman G., British dentist, 1870-1947. See: Bennett angle, Bennett movement.

Ben·nett

(ben'ĕt),
Edward H., Irish surgeon, 1837-1907. See: Bennett fracture.
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The 2008 competition will showcase a newly commissioned work by Sir Richard Rodney Bennett, one of Britain's most respected and versatile composers and performers.
His works have been recorded by such notable pianists as Eric Parkin and Sir Richard Rodney Bennett, and the Marco Polo company has recently issued a CD of orchestral arrangements of his works.
Best original music for a television/radio broadcast - Gormenghast, Sir Richard Rodney Bennett
Peter Broadbent's Joyful Company of Singers performs specially-composed works by John Tavener, Judith Bingham, John Rutter, David Matthews, Sir Paul McCartney, Roxanna Panufnik, Michael Berkeley, Giles Swayne and Sir Richard Rodney Bennett.
John Tavener, Sir Richard Rodney Bennett, Michael Berkeley and John Rutter are among the eminent composers who have contributed to the piece getting its first performance at Charter House School in Surrey last night, aimed at raising pounds 2 million for cancer research and British music.
It opens with Sir Paul's own composition Nova and other songs include A Good-Night by Sir Richard Rodney Bennett, The Doorway of the Dawn by David Matthews and Prayer for the Healing of the Sick by John Tavener.