William Gillies Whittaker

Born 23 July 1876. Died 5 July 1944
William Gillies Whittaker
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1876-07-23
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William Gillies Whittaker

Biography (Wikipedia)

William Gillies Whittaker (Newcastle upon Tyne, July 23, 1876 – Orkney Islands, July 5, 1944) was an English composer, pedagogue, conductor, musicologist, Bach scholar, publisher and writer. He spent his life promoting music. The University of Durham, where he once studied and taught, called him one of "Britain's most influential musicians during the first half of the twentieth century". An autodidact, he was a prodigious creator of Gebrauchsmusik.

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The Keel Row
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Shew's the way to Wallington
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Shew's the way to Wallington
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Bonny at Morn
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Bonny at Morn

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My Bonny Lad 
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My Bonny Lad 
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Blow the Wind Southerly 
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