(Born; Lincoln, England 1909, Died; Tintagel, England 1969) Composer , conducter and bassoonist, Vinter made his name in the BBC Wireless Band and the London Philharmonic Orchestra and, during World War II, in the Royal Air Force Central Band. In the late 1940s he was made a staff conductor with the BBC and conducted the well-known BBC Light Orchestra for many years whilst teaching at the Royal Academy of Music in London. He composed numerous works for Brass band: The Trumpets, Ado for Drummers, The Dover Coach; Overtures, some film and a few chamber pieces.
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