21 at age 17 as a concert overture prompting Sir George Grove, English writer and founder of the Royal College of Music to call it "the greatest marvel of early maturity that the world has ever seen in music.
Mendelssohn later incorporated Op.
21 into Op.
The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music' was founded in 1889 as the outcome of a proposition by Sir Alexander MacKenzie, principal of the Royal Academy of Music, to Sir George Grove, director of the Royal College of Music, that their two pre-eminent musical training institutions unite to create an examining body 'inspired by disinterested motives for the benefit of musical education.
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