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William Howgill (1768/9–1824), was an English organist and composer.
He published 32 pieces between 1791 and 1824, including
- 'Four Voluntaries, part of the 3rd Chapter of the Wisdom of Solomon for three Voices, and six favourite Psalm Tunes, with an Accompaniment for the Organ,' London [1825?].
- 'Two Voluntaries for the Organ, with a Miserere and Gloria Tibi, Domine.'
- 'An Anthem and two Preludes for the Organ.'
- Music Making in North-East England, Roz Southey, 2006, Ashgate Publishing, Burlington, VT, p. 123
- Royal School of Church Music review
- This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Sharp, Robert Farquharson (1891). "Howgill, William". In Lee, Sidney. Dictionary of National Biography 28. London: Smith, Elder & Co.
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