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Edmund Severn, born in 1862, was a distinguished American violinist and composer. Renowned for his exceptional talent, he studied under the guidance of acclaimed musicians like Emanuel Wirth, Franz Milcke and  Listemann Bernhard. His prowess on the violin garnered widespread admiration, leading him to perform globally, captivating audiences with his emotive and technically brilliant renditions. Severn's legacy extends beyond his performances; his compositions, notably the "Polish Dance"  remain cherished pieces in the violin repertoire, showcasing his virtuosity. His contributions as a performer, composer, and educator left an indelible mark on the world of classical music.