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Steggall, Charleslocked

(1826–1905)
  • J. C. Hadden
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Steggall, Charles (1826–1905), organist and composer, the son of Robert William Steggall, was born in London on 3 June 1826. From 1847 he was educated at the Royal Academy of Music, principally under William Sterndale Bennett. In 1848, while still a student, he was appointed organist of ...

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