Thanks to the Peter Moores Foundation, about 15 works have now been recorded--many world-premiere recordings--including such titles as Emilia di Liverpool, Gabriella di Vergy and Maria de Rudenz.
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PMF stands for Peter Moores Foundation (UK)
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Since the last member of the Verney family left in 1921, the house has passed through a succession of owners and played many roles - from army research establishment to film set - before being acquired by the Peter Moores Foundation in 1993 for use as an art gallery.
She won scholarships fromThe Countess of Munster Trust and The Peter Moores Foundation, along with the Buttle Memorial Trust Award, the Gwilym Gwalchmai Prize, and was a finalist in the Frederick Cox competition.
Bought by the Peter Moores Foundation in 1993, it only fully opened two years ago after extensive renovation.
00 Hardcover NK6784 Harris catalogs approximately 100 swords and mountings perfected during the Heian period and used up to the nineteenth century, from an exhibition in the British Museum called Cutting Edge, funded by the Peter Moores Foundation.
It was the WN0, working with the Peter Moores Foundation, that put Liverpool at the forefront of the campaign to popularise opera - way before the Three Tenors turned the Puccini aria Nessun Dorma into a meal ticket.
The Lancashire-born philanthro-pist, who has a farm and market garden in Parbold, Wigan, set up the Peter Moores Foundation to develop charitable projects in 1964.