Arthur Hutchings

HUTCHINGS, Arthur James Bramwell. b. Sunbury-on-Thames, 14 July 1906; d. 13 November 1989. Before the Second World War, in which he served with the Royal Air Force, Hutchings was a schoolmaster and organist, and a contributor to music periodicals. After the war he was Professor of Music at the University of Durham (1947-68) and the University of Exeter (1968-71). He retired to Colyton, Devon. His publications included Schubert (1941, 5th Edition, 1978); Edmund Rubbra (1941), Delius (Paris, 1946, in French; London, 1948), A Companion to Mozart’s Concertos (1947), The Invention and Composition of Music (1954), The Baroque Concerto (1960), and the volume on the 19th century in the Pelican...

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