Williamson John Reynolds

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

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


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.



  • 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
Succeeded by
George Frederick Vincent
Preceded by
Walter Brooks
Organist of St Martin in the Bull Ring
Succeeded by
Richard Wassell


  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.