William Paull (c. 1872 – 5 February 1903) was a British baritone at the turn of the 20th century. He was born in Cornwall, UK, in c. 1872. He had a wide repertoire ranging from opera and oratorio to the popular ballads of his day and was becoming well regarded as a soloist, when in 1903 at about the age of 30, his life was cut short by an accident whilst on tour in the USA.

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  • William Paull (c. 1872 – 5 February 1903) was a British baritone at the turn of the 20th century. He was born in Cornwall, UK, in c. 1872. He had a wide repertoire ranging from opera and oratorio to the popular ballads of his day and was becoming well regarded as a soloist, when in 1903 at about the age of 30, his life was cut short by an accident whilst on tour in the USA. (en)
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  • William Paull (c. 1872 – 5 February 1903) was a British baritone at the turn of the 20th century. He was born in Cornwall, UK, in c. 1872. He had a wide repertoire ranging from opera and oratorio to the popular ballads of his day and was becoming well regarded as a soloist, when in 1903 at about the age of 30, his life was cut short by an accident whilst on tour in the USA. (en)
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