[[t]ˈbi tʃəm[/t]] n.
big Sir Thomas, 1879–1961, English conductor

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  • BEECHAM (T.) — BEECHAM THOMAS (1879 1961) Ce chef d’orchestre anglais est à l’origine de la majeure partie de la vie symphonique et lyrique londonienne. Originaire du Lancashire, il naît à Saint Helens, le 29 avril 1879, dans une famille très riche (les… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Beecham — ist der Name folgender Personen: Emily Beecham (* 1984), britische Schauspielerin Thomas Beecham (1879–1961), britischer Dirigent, Gründer mehrerer Symphonieorchester Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Beecham —   [ biːtʃəm], Sir (seit 1916) Thomas, britischer Dirigent, * Saint Helens (bei Liverpool) 29. 4. 1879, ✝ London 8. 3. 1961; als Musiker im Wesentlichen Autodidakt, wirkte 1909 19 v. a. als Operndirigent und widmete sich vorwiegend dem Schaffen… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Beecham — [bē′chəm] Sir Thomas 1879 1961; Eng. orchestral conductor …   English World dictionary

  • Beecham — Thomas Beecham Thomas Beecham Thomas Beecham (plus tard « Sir », puis baronnet) est un chef d orchestre britannique, né le 29 avril 1879 à St Helens, Royaume Uni mort le 8 mars 1961 à Londres …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Beecham — Stemming from the French name and place BeauchampBeecham can refer to:urname* Thomas Beecham (1879 1961) a British conductorOther uses* Beecham, a pharmaceutical business …   Wikipedia

  • Beecham (pharmaceutical company) — Beecham was a British pharmaceutical company. Following mergers in the late 20th century, it is now part of GlaxoSmithKline.HistoryBeecham was the family business of Thomas Beecham (1820–1907), a chemist. He was the grandfather of the conductor… …   Wikipedia

  • Beecham's Pills — were a laxative first marketed around 1842 in St Helens, Lancashire. They were invented by Thomas Beecham (1820–1907), grandfather of Thomas Beecham (1879 1961).The pills themselves were a combination of aloe, ginger, and soap, with some other… …   Wikipedia

  • Beecham's pills™ — Beecham’s pills™ [Beechams pills] noun [pl] a popular British medicine for minor illnesses like colds, headaches, etc. They were first produced in 1847 by the grandfather of Sir Thomas Beecham. The medicine is also available in powder form,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Beecham’s powders — ➡ Beecham’s pills * * * …   Universalium

  • Beecham's powders — Beecham s pow|ders trademark a popular type of British medicine for colds or ↑flu, sold as a powder that you mix with water …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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