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Tavener

Sir John (Kenneth). born 1944, British composer, whose works include the cantata The Whale (1966), the opera Thérèse (1979), and the choral work The Last Discourse (1998); many of his later works are inspired by the liturgy of the Russian Orthodox Church
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Elusif is looking for a four-timer and should provide plenty of early pace, but Tavener does not have to lead, and punters shouldn't tear up their tickets if he fails to secure an early advantage.
Tavener, of Nailsea, Somerset, admitted the January murder and was told at Bristol crown court he must serve at least 16 years and eight months.
British composer Tavener, who passed away in 2013, wrote the moving Depart in Peace following the death of his father.
Mr Tavener is also chairman of Clifton Asset Management, the UK's leader in pension-led funding.
As someone with 23 years of experience in the ambulance service and 15 years in the defibrillation industry, I was shocked to read about the death of Davina Tavener on a Ryanair flight.
The man behind the initiative, Adam Tavener, chairman of pensionledfunding.com, said the portal was 'complementary' to bank funding.
The Lamb was an evocative tribute to the composer Tavener who died recently, heralding a fine performance of Britten's first big work, Saint Nicolas.
LONDON -- British composer John Tavener, whose career was boosted with the help of The Beatles and who often is remembered for the elegiac song performed as Princess Diana's coffin was carried out of Westminster Abbey, died Tuesday.
One of the key speakers, Martin Tavener, a former detective chief inspector, expressed alarm at the ambivalence of many employers towards what he said is a growing problem of people going to work with drugs in their system.
Cantucci chamber choir and orchestra, conductor Benjamin Hamilton - Britten's St Nicolas and works by Pergolesi, Laurisden and Tavener: St Mary's Church, Warwick, 7.30pm.
Easter Songs by Candlelight with the Two Choirs will be directed jointly by their directors David Poulter and Timothy Noon in a programme that includes the works of Tallis, Lottl, Gibbons, Brahms, Elgar, Tavener, Poulenc and Rutter.