Michael Woods (organist)

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Michael Woods (dates unknown)[1] was an English organist.

Career[edit]

Woods' musical career was centred at Chichester Cathedral where he served as Organist for four years. When he was succeeded by Clement Woodcock, he was admitted as a lay clerk. A number of manuscripts kept at the British Library and Royal College of Music are ascribed to 'Woods'.[2]

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Cultural offices
Preceded by
Thomas Coring
Organist
of Chichester Cathedral

1565-1569
Succeeded by
Clement Woodcock