Rev. W. Meredith Morris (1867-1921) was well known for his studies of the music, dialect, and
folklore of his native Wales.
Music scholar Benjamin Hebbert (St. Cross College, University of Oxford)
trained as an instrument maker in London before studying as a musicologist
at Leeds University, at the University of Oxford, and as a Coleman Fellow in Art
History at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. His particular areas of
expertise are early British and Italian stringed instruments, and he is an
increasingly respected authority in both Europe and the United States. His
doctoral studies are directed towards an analysis of instrument making in
seventeenth-century London. He has worked within the violin industry and
lectures on historical aspects of instrument making to violin makers at London
Metropolitan University, where he is also an honorary research fellow.
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