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London College of Music


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William Southcombe Lloyd Webber (1914—1982) composer and organist

John McCabe (b. 1939)

 

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BORLAND, John Ernest (died 1937), Examiner, Trinity College of Music, London

Hunt, Henry George Bonavia (1847-1917), founder of Trinity College of Music, London

KARN, Frederick James (1862 - 1940), Principal of London College of Music; musical conductor, organist, and composer

HORNER, Egbert Foster (1864 - 1928), Director of Examinations, Trinity College of Music, London

STOKES, Martin - King Edward Professor of Music, King’s College London, since 2012

FOGGIN, (Wilhelm) Myers (1908 - 1986), Principal, Trinity College of Music, London, 1965–79

KOHLER, Irene (1912 - 1996), pianist; Professor, Trinity College of Music, London, 1952–79

DARKE, Harold Edwin (1888 - 1976), Professor, Royal College of Music, London, 1919–69

HORSLEY, Colin Robert (1920 - 2012), pianist; Professor, Royal College of Music, London, 1953–90

JAMES, Lewis Cairns (1865 - 1946), retired Professor Royal Academy of Music; Royal College; Guildhall School of Music, and City of London School

WELCH, Graham Frederick (born 1947), Professor of Music Education, Institute of Education, University College London (formerly Institute of Education, University of London), since 2001

ASHTON, Algernon Bennet Langton (1859 - 1937), composer; Professor of the pianoforte at Royal College of Music, 1885–1910; London College of Music since 1913; on the Board of Examiners since 1918

LLOYD WEBBER, William Southcombe (1914 - 1982), Director, London College of Music, since 1964; Professor of Theory and Composition, Royal College of Music, since 1946; Musical Director, Central Hall, Westminster, since 1958

LEWIS, James Henry (1856 - 1924), Principal, Victoria College of Music, London; Warden and Licensed Lay Chaplain to the Incorporated Guild of Church Musicians, London

GLASSER, Stanley (born 1926), Head of Music, 1969–91, (first) Professor of Music, 1990–91, Goldsmiths’ College, University of London, now Emeritus Professor; composer, ethnomusicologist and music consultant

 

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Mus. sch. founded (privately) 1887. Incorporated 1939. Recognized as examining body. Awards diplomas GLCM, GLCM (Hons.), FLCM, L(Mus.)LCM, ALCM, and LLCM. Dirs. have included W. Lloyd Webber (1964–82) and J. McCabe (1983–90).

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