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Paul McCartney was born in England in 1942. This composer belonged to the Popular Modern period McCartney

Paul MccartneyPaul McCartney   was born in Liverpool, England in 1942. He is a song-writer, pop-singer and guitarist.  He started his career as a member of the 'Beatles',  the world's best-known pop and rock group of the 20th century. The group's first hit was 'Love me Do', in 1963. The 'Beatles' went on producing top-of-the-charts hits in USA, Britain and around the world until the group broke up in 1971. Since then McCartney has persued his career as a solo artist and composer. In 1991 he composed (in collaboration with Carl Davis) a classical work 'Liverpool Oratorio',  which received its premiere in Liverpool Cathedral, performed by the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by Carl Davis. McCartney was knighted in 1997.


Works written by McCartney      
Audio is available for 3 tunes by this composer.
      
No.Name of WorkCategoryEnsembleSoloInstrument
1 And I Love HerPopular SongsOther EnsemblesHarmonica
2 Hey JudePopular SongsRhythm ComboPiano
3 YesterdayPopular SongsOrchestraGuitar
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