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Harry Plunket Greene was an Irish baritone singer who was most
famous in the formal concert and oratorio repertoire. He made a
great contribution to British musical life also by writing and
lecturing upon his art, and in the field of competitions and
examinations. He also wrote a classic book in the fly-fishing
genre. Plunket Greene was educated at Clifton College and initially
expected to follow Law at Oxford. However, after he was 'smashed
up' in a football accident he had a year's convalescence.
Discovering his musical calling he studied under Arthur Barraclough
in Dublin before attending the Stuttgart Conservatory for two years
under Hromada in the early 1880s. He also studied in Florence with
Vannuccini, and in London with Alfred Blume
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