Michael Woods (organist)

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Michael Woods (dates unknown)[1] was an English organist.


Woods' musical career was centred at Chichester Cathedral where he served as Organist for four years. When he was succeeded by Clement Woodcock, he was admitted as a lay clerk. A number of manuscripts kept at the British Library and Royal College of Music are ascribed to 'Woods'.[2]

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Cultural offices
Preceded by
Thomas Coring
of Chichester Cathedral

Succeeded by
Clement Woodcock