Frederick Iliffe

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Born: 21 February 1847

Died: 2 February 1928


Frederick Iliffe was born in Smeeton-Westerby, Leicestershire, England. He studied at Kibworth Grammar School, was privately educated, and graduated from Oxford. He was organist at St. Wilfred’s, Kibworth; and St. Barnabas’, Oxford. He was appointed organist and choirmaster at St. John’s College, Oxford, and was Organist to the University of Oxford. He served as conductor of the Queen’s College (Eglesfield) Musical Society, for which a number of male-voice cantatas were expressly composed by eminent musicians. He later became examiner for the Musical Degrees. His compositional output was quite varied but included an oratorio, a symphony, cantatas, anthems, chamber music, hymns, and songs. He died at Warnborough Road, Oxford, England.

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