Douglas Guest

Organist and choir master. Born 9 May 1916. Died 18 November 1996
Douglas Guest
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1916-05-09
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Douglas Guest

Douglas Guest Biography (Wikipedia)

Douglas Albert Guest CVO (9 May 1916 – 18 November 1996) was an English organist, conductor, teacher and composer.

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They shall not grow old
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They shall not grow old
Douglas Guest
For the Fallen
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For the Fallen

For the Fallen

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Pegasus
Conductor
Matthew Altham
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Benjamin Britten
Missa Brevis, Op.63 (Kyrie and Gloria)
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Missa Brevis, Op.63 (Kyrie and Gloria)

Missa Brevis, Op.63 (Kyrie and Gloria)

Choir
St John'S College Cambridge Choir
Conductor
Douglas Guest
For The Fallen
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For The Fallen
Douglas Guest
For the fallen
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For the fallen
Douglas Guest
For the Fallen
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For the Fallen

For the Fallen

Performer
The Choir of Jesus College, Cambridge conducted by Mark Williams
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