Donald Burrows (musicologist)

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Donald James Burrows (born 28 December 1945, in London)[1] is Professor of Music at the Open University, and a leading scholar of the music of George Frideric Handel.[2]

He read History and Music at Trinity Hall, Cambridge (BA 1968; PGCE 1969; MA 1971). He completed his PhD at the Open University in 1981. He is Vice-President of the Händel-Gesellschaft, and Chairman of the Handel Institute.[3]