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Russell, Williamlocked

(1777–1813)
  • L. M. Middleton
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Russell, William (1777–1813), organist and composer, the son of William Russell, an organ builder, was born in London on 6 October 1777. From his eighth year he was taught by the organists William Cope, William Shrubsole, and John Groombridge. Between 1789 and 1793 he was deputy to his father, who was organist to ...

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