John Pullein

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John Pullein FRCO (b. 1878) was an organist and composer based in England.


He was born in Lincoln in 1878, the son of William Pullein and Hannah Rose. His father was a Professor of Music.

His three younger brothers, William Rose Pullein, Frank Pullein and Ernest Pullein were also organists.

He was in the choir of Lincoln Cathedral as a boy, and then an articled pupil of G.J. Bennett and then assistant organist.



He composed Songs, part songs, organ and church music.


  1. ^ Dictionary of Organs and Organists, 1912
  2. ^ Musical News and herald. Volume 52. 1917