Allan Wicks

Born 6 June 1923. Died 4 February 2010
Allan Wicks
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1923-06-06
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Allan Wicks

Allan Wicks Biography (Wikipedia)

(Edward) Allan Wicks CBE (born 6 June 1923, Harden, West Yorkshire, died 4 February 2010) was an English cathedral organist, who served in Canterbury Cathedral for nearly 30 years. He was an early champion of the music of Olivier Messiaen and Peter Maxwell Davies. He also directed the specially-commissioned music for the 1951 revival of the York Mystery Plays, regarded as the greatest event in the Festival of Britain celebrations.

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Edward Bairstow
Lord, thou hast been our refuge
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Lord, thou hast been our refuge
Ralph Vaughan Williams
O taste and see
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