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Margaret Wegener

Organist and Choir Trainer

St. John's at West Hendon

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Background Information

Employment History

Composer and Conductor


Director of Music

Barton Court School , Canterbury


Director of Music

Ellington School , Ramsgate


Novello & Co Ltd


Affiliations

Composers' Guild of Great Britain

Member


Education

Streatham Hill Froebel Training College


St. Joseph's Convent School


Maria Grey College


Web References(12 Total References)


singingclasses.co.uk

Margaret Wegener
Margaret Wegener Margaret Wegener Margaret Wegener was born on April 10th , 1920 in Hendon, London. She was educated at St. Joseph's Convent School, the Maria Grey College (London University) and Streatham Hill Froebel Training College. Her special subject was music. Throughout her childhood her inspiration came from her father, a talented pianist. From her mother she developed her interest in the music of the Church of England, and composed pieces for her local church choir as well as playing the organ. In 1947 she married Hans Wegener, and they had a daughter. She has made her living as a music teacher in a number of state pri mary and secondary schools, and also several private schools including Head of Gaston School, Whitstable. She was Director of Music at Barton Court School, Canterbury, and Ellington School, Ramsgate. She retired from teaching in 1980 to devote the rest of her life to composition. She has held various positions as organist and choir trainer, including St. John's at West Hendon, St. Mary's at Woodnewton in Peterborough, St. Dunstan's at Canterbury and St. Ffraid's, Glyn Ceiriog's Parish Church. Margaret was then asked to adapt it for the Welsh service for Hugh Davies at St. Asaph's Cathedral. To contact Margaret, please write or email care of Musicair: georgina@musicair.co.uk


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Margaret Wegener Margaret Wegener was born on April 10th, 1920 in Hendon, London.She was educated at St. Joseph's Convent School, the Maria Grey College (London University) and Streatham Hill Froebel Training College.Her special subject was music.Throughout her childhood her inspiration came from her father, a talented pianist.From her mother she developed her interest in the music of the Church of England, and composed pieces for her local church choir as well as playing the organ. In 1947 she married Hans Wegener, and they had a daughter.She has made her living as a music teacher in a number of state pri mary and secondary schools, and also several private schools including Head of Gaston School, Whitstable.She was Director of Music at Barton Court School, Canterbury, and Ellington School, Ramsgate.She retired from teaching in 1980 to devote the rest of her life to composition. She has held various positions as organist and choir trainer, including St. John's at West Hendon, St. Mary's at Woodnewton in Peterborough, St. Dunstan's at Canterbury and St. Ffraid's, Glyn Ceiriog's Parish Church. Margaret was then asked to adapt it for the Welsh service for Hugh Davies at St. Asaph's Cathedral.To contact Margaret, please write or email care of Musicair:


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Margaret Wegener
Composer and Conductor Margaret Wegener was born in 1920 and was educated at London University. She has had a long career as a music specialist teaching in schools over the years from 1945 to 1980 and directing many composers' workshops. Margaret has composed since her childhood and has a catalogue of more than 100 compositions including works for orchestra, for chorus and orchestra, a cappella settings and other church music, songs, instrumental music and music for schools. Margaret Wegener welcomes commissions and is pleased to discuss terms with interested applicants. For a catalogue of music published by Musica Ariosa and for more information about Margaret Wegener, please write to:


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Margaret Wegener
Margaret Wegener was born on April 10th , 1920 in Hendon, London. She was educated at St. Joseph's Convent School, the Maria Grey College (London University) and Streatham Hill Froebel Training College. Her special subject was music. Throughout her childhood her inspiration came from her father, a talented pianist. From her mother she developed her interest in the music of the Church of England, and composed pieces for her local church choir as well as playing the organ. In 1947 she married Hans Wegener, and they had a daughter. She has made her living as a music teacher in a number of state pri mary and secondary schools, and also several private schools including Head of Gaston School, Whitstable. She was Director of Music at Barton Court School, Canterbury, and Ellington School, Ramsgate. She retired from teaching in 1980 to devote the rest of her life to composition. She has held various positions as organist and choir trainer, including St. John's at West Hendon, St. Mary's at Woodnewton in Peterborough, St. Dunstan's at Canterbury and St. Ffraid's, Glyn Ceiriog's Parish Church. Margaret was then asked to adapt it for the Welsh service for Hugh Davies at St. Asaph's Cathedral. To contact Margaret, please write or email care of Musicair:


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CD recording - chamber music by Margaret Wegener produced by Patrick and Gill.Chudleigh's Company record a CD of the choral music of Shropshire composer Margaret Wegener with Alan Horsey (organ) directed by Patrick Larley


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