Herbert Murrill was an organist, choral conductor, broadcasting executive, and composer from England. He trained with York Bowen, Stanley Marchant, and Alan Bush at the Royal Academy of Music in London. He then moved on to Worcester College, Oxford, as an organ scholar, where he studied with Ernest Walker and Sir Hugh Allen. He served as an organist and choral director in several settings. He was a professor of composition at the Royal Academy of Music and, in 1936, he entered the BBC team as a program organizer.
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