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an American composer. He advocated American classical music, rather than favoring European pieces. Throughout his life, Bristow was a champion of American music and a nationalist in his choice of texts. The amount and quality of his choral music, although mostly ignored by Grove's, makes Bristow a historically important choral composer.
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09/27/1855-George Frederick Bristow's Rip Van Winkle, second American opera, opens in New York City
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