William Thomas Freemantle
Professor William Thomas Freemantle (1849-1931) was an author and organist based in England.
He was a Professor of Music in Sheffield where he taught organ, harmonium, pianoforte, and harmony and composition.
He became an ardent collector of Mendelssohnia and wrote The Life and Works of Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, 1890-1847. His collection now forms part of the Gertrude Clarke Whittall Foundation Collection in the Music Division of the Library of Congress.
- Assistant organist at Lincoln Cathedral
- Organist of St Mary le Wigford, Lincoln
- Organist of St Andrew's Church, Sharrow, Sheffield 1871 - ????
- A Collection of Kyries, Glorias, Chants, &c., &c., compiled, composed, or arranged by W. T. Freemantle. 1867-7
- The Life and Works of Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, 1809-1847
- Mendelssohn and his ten visits to England
- Mendelssohn in Manchester (unpublished manuscript)
- A Bibliography of Sheffield and Vicinity. Sheffield: Pawson and Brailsford; London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co. Ltd, 1911
- Sterndale Bennett and Sheffield. Sheffield: Pawson and Brailsford. 1919
- British Musical Biography, James Duff Brown, Stephen Samuel Stratton, 1897
- Mendelssohn and the Organ, William A. Little. Oxford University Press. 2012