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He's best known for writing a series of musicals, including Babes in Toyland, Cyrano de Bergerac and It Happened in Nordland.
Victor Herbert died suddenly from a heart attack in New Haven, Connecticut on 26 May 1924, aged sixty-five.
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A Golden Treasury - Havergal Brian on European and American music, read by Patric Standford
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Profile - A man of vision. Victor Herbert, the first composer to write for film, investigated by Jennifer Paull