Alfred William Wilcock

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Alfred William Wilcock (1887 – 1953) was an cathedral organist, who served in Derby Cathedral and Exeter Cathedral.[1]

Background

Alfred Wilcock was born on 21 October 1887 in Colne Lancashire.

He studied organ under James Kendrick Pyne at Manchester Cathedral.

Career

Organist of:

References

  1. Dictionary of Organs and Organists. Frederick W Thornsby
Cultural offices
Preceded by
Arthur Griffin Claypole
Organist and Master of the Choristers of Derby Cathedral
1930-1933
Succeeded by
George Handel Heath-Gracie
Preceded by
Thomas Armstrong
Organist and Master of the Choristers of Exeter Cathedral
1933-1952
Succeeded by
Reginald Moore