Brian Runnett

Born 1935. Died 1970
Brian Runnett
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1935
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Brian Runnett

Brian Runnett Biography (Wikipedia)

Henry Brian Runnett (1935-1970) was born in Tyldesley, Lancashire in 1935. He was educated at the Liverpool Matthay School of Music, during which time he obtained the FRCO diploma with both Limpus and F J Read prizes in organ playing. His first organ post (at age 16) was at St. Stephen's Church, Hightown. From there he went to St. Andrew's, Litherland before moving in 1955 to Chester Cathedral as assistant organist. In 1958 he obtained the degree of BMus from Durham University. In 1960 he was appointed organ scholar at St John's College, Cambridge under the then Director of Music, George Guest.

Following Cambridge, in 1963 he was appointed Lecturer in Music and University Organist at Manchester University and in 1967 moved to Norwich Cathedral as Organist and Master of the Choristers. He was a part-time lecturer at the University of East Anglia.

He recorded the Hindemith Organ Sonatas on the then new Hill, Norman & Beard Chapel Organ at Ellesmere College in 1970 (LP - Cathedral Organ Masterworks CRMS-850).

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Brian Runnett Tracks

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Ralph Vaughan Williams
Lord, thou hast been our refuge
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Lord, thou hast been our refuge
John Stainer
The Crucifixion; Processional to Calvary / 'Fling wide the gates'
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The Crucifixion; Processional to Calvary / 'Fling wide the gates'
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Past BBC Events

Proms 1967: Prom 18
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Royal Albert Hall
1967-08-10T05:33:35
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1967

Proms 1967: Prom 18

19:30
Royal Albert Hall

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