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Sir George Thomas Smart (1776-1867), Conductor and organist

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Organist in the Chapel Royal under George IV, William IV and Queen Victoria, and conductor at many provincial music festivals featuring the work of Handel. He conducted the first English performance of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony in 1826.

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1326

Sir George Thomas Smart

by William Bradley
oil on canvas, 1829
NPG 1326

x22617

Sir George Thomas Smart

by Ernest Edwards, published by Lovell Reeve & Co
albumen print, published 1864
NPG x22617

D4251

Sir George Thomas Smart

by Ebenezer Stalker, published by Martin Colnaghi, after John Cawse
mezzotint, early 19th century
NPG D4251

Ax13903

Sir George Thomas Smart

by Ernest Edwards, published by Lovell Reeve & Co
albumen print, published 1864
NPG Ax13903

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