Walker, Ernest (b Bombay, 1870; d Oxford, 1949). Eng. composer and scholar. Mus. dir., Balliol College, Oxford, 1900–25, running series of chamber concerts. Wrote Stabat Mater, chamber mus., and songs. Author of several books, incl. A History of Music in England (1907, 1924, and 1952, with Westrup).
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