Williamson John Reynolds

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Dr. Williamson John Reynolds (b. 22 October 1861[1]) was an English organist and composer.

Education[edit]

He was born on 22 October 1861 in Kentish Town, London. He was educated at Compton Place Road New College in Eastbourne, Sussex.[2]

He graduated as Mus Bac in 1886 and Mus Doc in 1889.

Appointments[edit]

Compositions[edit]

  • Magnificat for soli, chorus, strings and organ
  • Festival Te Deum, for soli, eight-part chorus and orchestra
  • Crossing the Bar.
Cultural offices
Preceded by
Edward Henry Thorne
Organist of St Michael, Cornhill
1891-1900
Succeeded by
George Frederick Vincent
Preceded by
Walter Brooks
Organist of St Martin in the Bull Ring
1900-1920
Succeeded by
Richard Wassell

References[edit]

  1. ^ British musical biography. James Duff Brown, Stephen Samuel Stratton – 1897
  2. ^ Census for England and Wales, 1881. Piece 1037, Folio: 78, Page Number: 4
  3. ^ Pearce, Charles William (1909). Notes on old London city churches : their organs, organists, and musical associations. London: Vincent Music Company.