Sir George Clement Martin

Born 11 September 1844. Died 1916
Sir George Clement Martin
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1844-09-11
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Sir George Clement Martin

Biography (Wikipedia)

Sir George Clement Martin MVO (11 September 1844– 21 February 1916) was an English organist, who served at St Paul's Cathedral.

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Sir George Clement Martin
Lord, Enthroned In Heavenly Splendour (feat. Daniel Moult, Carla Sousa, David Benfield, Lucy Rugman, Lucy Keyes & Jonathan Harris)
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Lord, Enthroned In Heavenly Splendour (feat. Daniel Moult, Carla Sousa, David Benfield, Lucy Rugman, Lucy Keyes & Jonathan Harris)

Lord, Enthroned In Heavenly Splendour (feat. Daniel Moult, Carla Sousa, David Benfield, Lucy Rugman, Lucy Keyes & Jonathan Harris)

Choir
The choirs and congregation of St Peter’s Church, Swinton
Conductor
Paul Leddington Wright
Featured Artist
Daniel Moult
Carla Sousa
David Benfield
Lucy Rugman
Lucy Keyes
Jonathan Harris
Music Arranger
Paul Leddington Wright
Lyricist
G.H. Bourne
Sir George Clement Martin
Short Festival Te Deum in A
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Short Festival Te Deum in A
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