Rebecca Clarke was a classical English composer and violist well-known for her viola featuring chamber music. In the interwar time between World War I and World War II, she was considered one of the most significant British composers; she has also been identified as her generation's most distinguished British female composer. Her works were known for their compositional abilities, but she wrote little due to her views about a female composer's restricted function. Clarke's works are still to be released or have just recently been released, and when she started composing, her compositions were mostly overlooked. When she approached her ninetieth birthday in 1976, the scholarship and curiosity in her work returned.
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