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Alan Walker

(b. 1930)


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Hans von Bülow: A Life and Times. By Alan Walker.

WALKER, Alan (Edgar) (1911 - 2003), Principal, Pacific College for Evangelism, 1989–95, Principal Emeritus, Alan Walker College of Evangelism, since 1995

WALKER, David Alan (1928 - 2012), Professor of Photosynthesis, University of Sheffield, 1988–93, then Emeritus

WALKER, David (Alan) (born 1939), Chairman: Barclays Bank PLC, 2012–15; Winton Capital, since 2015

Reflections on Liszt. By Alan Walker.The Cambridge Companion to Liszt. Ed. by Kenneth Hamilton.

TYSON, Alan Walker (1926 - 2000), musicologist; Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, 1952–94, Senior Research Fellow, 1971–94

WALKER, Alan Cyril (born 1938), Evan Pugh Professor of Anthropology and Biology, Pennsylvania State University, 2002–10, now Emeritus (Professor of Anthropology and Biology, 1995–96; Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and Biology, 1996–2002)

WALKER, Alan Christopher (born 1949), Professor of Social Policy and Social Gerontology, University of Sheffield, since 1985 (Director, New Dynamics of Ageing Programme, 2005–15); Chair, Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Trust, since 2008

WALKER, Alan (died 1978), President, Bass Charrington Ltd, since 1976 (Chairman, 1967–76); Member, British Railways Board, since 1969 (Chairman, Western Region Advisory Board, since 1977); a Deputy Chairman, Midland Bank, since 1977; Director: Bass Charrington Vintners (Chairman, 1974–76); Crest Hotels Ltd; Eagle Star Insurance Co. Ltd; Standard Broadcasting Corp. (UK) Ltd; Capital Radio; Hogg Robinson Group Ltd; Chairman, Thos Cook Group Ltd, since 1976

 

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(b Scunthorpe, 1930).

Eng. musicologist and writer. Prof. of harmony, GSMD, 1958–60. BBC mus. orch. 1961–71. Prof. of mus., McMaster Univ., Hamilton, Ontario, 1971–80. Author of Liszt: the Virtuoso Years (1983) and Liszt: the Weimar Years (1989). Has also written extensively on Schumann, and musical criticism.

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