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William Harris

(1883—1973) organist and composer


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(b London, 1883; d London, 1973).

Eng. organist and composer. Org., New Coll., Oxford, 1919–28, Ch. Ch., Oxford, 1928–33, St George's Chapel, Windsor, 1933–61. Cond., Oxford Bach Choir 1926–33. Prof. of org. and harmony RCM, 1923–53. Dir. of mus. studies, Royal Sch. of Church Mus., 1956–61. Comp. The Hound of Heaven for bar., ch., and orch., church mus., and org. works. KCVO 1954.

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