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Colin Tilney is a harpsichordist, fortepianist and teacher. Born in
London, Tilney studied music and modern languages at Cambridge
University, studied harpsichord with Mary Potts at Kings College,
Cambridge, and became a student of Gustav Leonhardt. After
graduation at Cambridge he spent several years as an opera coach
and piano accompanist at Sadler's Wells Theatre and the New Opera
Company, following which he focused his energies on teaching and
performing on early keyboard instruments. In 1964 he was the
harpsichordist under the direction of Igor Stravinski for the
original Columbia recording of The Rake's Progress.
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