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Armstrong, Anton (born 1956), music educator, choral arranger, editor, conductor

Baroque Choral Music: The Popular and the Profound

BIRCH, John Anthony (1929 - 2012), Curator-Organist, Royal Albert Hall, since 1984; Professor, Royal College of Music, 1959–97, then Consultant; Organist: to the Royal Choral Society, since 1966; of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, since 1983

Bowen, George Oscar (1872 - 1957), music educator, choral conductor

Boyer, Horace Clarence (1935 - 2009), singer, choral director, educator, music historian

BRIDGE, Frederick (1844 - 1924), Fellow, Royal College of Music, 1921; King Edward Professor of Music, London University, since 1902; Organist Westminster Abbey, 1875–1918; retired with title Emeritus-Organist of Westminster Abbey; Gresham Professor of Music from 1890; Conductor Royal Choral Society, 1896–1922

British Choral Music and Dvořák, Stabat Mater

BROWN, Allan (1884 - 1969), Organist Emeritus, St Paul’s, Onslow Square, since 1962 (Organist and Master of the Music, 1949–62); President of the Westminster Choral Society, since 1955; Professor and Examiner, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, 1931–64; Examiner, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, since 1944

Carr, Kurt (born 1964), gospel music singer, songwriter, choral director, producer

Childers, Lulu Vere (1870 - 1946), Singing Teachers, Choral Directors, Music Educators, Music Promoters

Choral foundations: Keri Dexter, ‘A good Quire of voices’: the provision of choral music at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, and Eton College, c.1640–1733; Kenneth Milne ed., Christ Church Cathedral Dublin: a history; Gerard Gillen ed., Irish musical studies, vi: A historical anthology of Irish church music

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Choral Music versus Congregational Singing

Commentary: Vocal and Choral Music

Cooksey, John M. (born 1942), music educator, author, choral conductor

CROWE, Frederick Joseph William (1864 - 1931), Associate Philharmonic Society; Organist and Master of the Choristers of Chichester Cathedral, 1920–21; Instructor in Music, Bishop Otter College, Girls’ High School, and Chichester School; Hon. Secretary (Musical), West Sussex Choral Competitions; Member of the Board of Musical Studies of Reading University and the Associated Colleges, and Internal Examiner; Hon. Secretary, NSPCC, West Sussex, etc

Davison, A.T. (1883 - 1961), choral conductor, music educator

Davison, A.T. (1883 - 1961), music educationist, choral conductor

Effect of Field Experiences on Music Therapy Students' Perceptions of Choral Music for Geriatric Wellness Programs

Gackle, Lynne (born 1955), music educator, choral conductor

HALSEY, Simon Patrick (born 1958), Chorus Director: City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, since 1983; London Symphony Orchestra, since 2012; Director, BBC Proms Youth Orchestra, since 2012; Chief Conductor, Berlin Rundfunk Chor, since 2001; Artistic Director, Berlin Philharmonic Youth Choir, since 2012; International Chair of Choral Conducting, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Cardiff, since 2008;

HULL, Percy Clarke (died 1968), Organist and Master of the Choristers, Hereford Cathedral, 1918–49, then Emeritus; Conductor: Three Choirs Festival, Hereford, 1921, 1924, 1927, 1930, 1933, 1936, 1946, and 1949; the Choral and Orchestral Societies; Vice-President, Royal College of Organists, 1948; Adjudicator at principal Festivals in Great Britain and Canada; Fellow St Michael’s College, Tenbury; Examiner to Associated Board, Royal Schools of Music; visited Canada as such, 1940, Malta, 1948, Canada and West Indies, 1950, New Zealand, 1951 and South Africa, 1954

International Federation for Choral Music

Johnson, Hall (1888 - 1970), Choral Directors, Composers / Arrangers, Music Promoters

Khristov, Dobri (1875 - 1941), composer, choral conductor, writer on music

Nicholson, Sir Sydney Hugo (1875-1947), founder of the Royal School of Church Music and choral director

Pérez Gutiérrez, Mariano (1932 - 1994), musicologist, choral conductor, music pedagogue


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Music written for several voices. Choral compositions were originally religious, cantata and oratorio being the most usual forms. The foremost composer of cantatas was J. C. Bach, and of oratorios ...

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