Gardiner Professor of Music, Glasgow


Gardiner Professor of Music, Glasgow

University of Glasgow

Founded in 1928 and endowed by the gift of William Guthrie Gardiner and Sir Frederick Crombie Gardiner, shipowners in Glasgow.

The Chair and the directorship of the Scottish National Academy of Music (now the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama) were joint appointments until 1952.

Gardiner Professors of Music

* William Gillies Whittaker MA DMus (1930)
* Sir Ernest Bullock CVO DMus LLD (1941-1952)
* Robert Kemsley (Robin) Orr MA DMus (1956)
* Frederick William Rimmer CBE MA BMus (1966)
* Hugh James Macdonald MA PhD (1980)
* Graham Barry Hair MMus PhD (1990)
* John Butt MA PhD ARCO CHM FRCO ADCM (2001)

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List of Professorships at the University of Glasgow


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