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Montagu C. Butler

Montagu C. Butler
Montagu Christie Butler
Short Name: Montagu C. Butler
Full Name: Butler, Montagu C. (Montagu Christie), 1884-1970
Birth Year: 1884
Death Year: 1970

Montagu Christie Butler, born 25 January 1884 in London, died 5 May 1970, was a British academic, librarian, lexicographer and musician. A winner of several prizes at the Royal Academy of Music in London, he was a harpist and a versatile music teacher skilled in playing various musical instruments, as well as a teacher of voice and of musical composition.

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Montagu Christie Butler, (b. 25 January 1884 in London, d. 5 May 1970) was a British academic, librarian, lexicographer, musician, and Esperantist. A winner of several prizes at the Royal Academy of Music in London, he was a harpist and a versatile music teacher skilled in playing various musical instruments, as well as a teacher of voice and of musical composition. He was a Quaker and a vegetarian who first became an Esperantist in 1905. From that time Butler taught Esperanto to students, eventually achieving near-native fluency and becoming the first truly bilingual Esperantist.

Texts by Montagu C. Butler (20)sort descendingAsInstances
Akceptu nian dankon, Di'Montagu C. Butler (Author)2
Al la Patro Dia venu koro niaMontagu Christie Butler (Translator)2
Al Vi, Sinjoro, Laŭdu la koroMontagu Christie Butler (Translator)1
Alestu, fidelaj, ĝoje triumfantajMontagu Christie Butler (Translator)1
Ĉiam obeantaj al la Di-komand'Montagu Christie Butler (Translator)2
Dia vorto restasMontagu Christie Butler (Translator)3
Dio de ĉiel' kaj teroMontagu Christie Butler (Translator)3
En animsufero, meze de dolor'Montagu Christie Butler (Translator)6
En Kristnaska vespero, el alta ĉiel'Montagu Christie Butler (Translator)2
Gloron al la Dia PatroMontagu Christie Butler (Translator)2
Ho Jesuo, staruMontagu Christie Butler (Translator)2
Ho paŝtistoj Betlehemaj!Montagu Christie Butler (Translator)1
Ho Sankta Kap', kronitaMontagu Christie Butler (Translator (attributed to))1
Ho tuta kreitaro DiaMontagu Christie Butler (Translator)2
Hodiaŭ ĝoju ĉies kor'Montagu Christie Butler (Translator)2
Hom-frato, amu kore fraton vian!Montagu Christie Butler (Translator)4
Kun ama zorgo paŝtas minMontagu Christie Butler (Translator)3
Nin, ho Patro, pilotaduMontagu Christie Butler (Translator)2
Nun al Kristo sonu kantoM. C. Butler (Translator into Esperanto)1
Venu nun, animo miaM. C. Butler (Translator)3

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