Carman Hilliard Milligan
MILLIGAN, Carman Hilliard. b. York, Ontario, 20 March 1909; d. Ottawa, 14 April 1999. He was educated at the University of Toronto (MusBac in composition, 1937), and the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, New York State (MA in musicology, 1956). In 1982 he was made an Honorary Fellow in the Canadian College of Organists. He served as organist and choirmaster at St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Ottawa, from 1937 to 1984. Editor (1964-72) and chair of the Committee for the revision of The Book of Praise (Presbyterian Church in Canada). He contributed six original tunes (WATERGATE, EMMANUEL, GLORIA DEI, REMEMBRANCE GRF, BYTOWN’S GLEBE, MANY MANSIONS) to the 1972 Book of Praise.
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