Raphael Gwilelmin, leading Kemrese composer of the first half of the Twentieth Century. Gwilelmin is best remembered for freeing the orchestral music tradition of Kemr from classical formalism in favour of a natural rhythmic style. He taught composition at the Colleg' Rhuial in Castreleon and pivotal in creating a new generation of classical composers. His music was influenced by collecting and preserving samples of Kemrese folk music and song, a task of half a century. Famous compositions include the Castreleon and Antarctic Symphonies.