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'''Paul Drayton''' (b. [[28 December]] [[1944]]) is a British musician who composed the [[The Hobbit (1967 stage adaptation)|1967 stage adaptation of ''The Hobbit'']] with [[Humphrey Carpenter]].
 
'''Paul Drayton''' (b. [[28 December]] [[1944]]) is a British musician who composed the [[The Hobbit (1967 stage adaptation)|1967 stage adaptation of ''The Hobbit'']] with [[Humphrey Carpenter]].
  
Drayton is the Musical Director of Duchy Opera in Cornwall.<ref>{{webcite|website=[http://www.duchyopera.co.uk/ Duchy Opera]|articleurl=http://www.duchyopera.co.uk/who.html|articlename=Who|accessed=11 November 2014}}</ref>
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Drayton is the Musical Director of Duchy Opera and lives in Cornwall.{{fact}}
  
 
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*[[Letter to Humphrey Carpenter]] (letter from Tolkien)
 
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*[[The Hobbit (1967 stage adaptation)|''The Hobbit'' (1967 stage adaptation)]]
 
*[[The Hobbit (1967 stage adaptation)|''The Hobbit'' (1967 stage adaptation)]]
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