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 (hôg′wo͝od′, hŏg′-), Christopher 1941-2014.
British conductor who founded the Academy of Ancient Music (1973) to champion historically accurate performance of baroque and classical music.

Hogwood

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(Biography) Christopher (Jarvis Haley). born 1941, British harpsichordist, conductor, and musicologist; founder and director of the Academy of Ancient Music (1973–2006)
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Approaching Handel's life in this way requires a focus on the lives of others more than on Handel's so that one gains a sense of their perspective, and Harris directs those seeking chronological and comprehensive accounts of Handel's life to the recently revised biographies by Donald Burrows, Christopher Hogwood, and Jonathan Reates (p.
Hogwood did not live to see the fruit of his labours fully materialised, as he died approximately one year before the final volume was published, on 24 September 2014.
Conductor Christopher Hogwood, who pioneered the performance of music by 18th-Century composers such as Bach and Handel on historically authentic instruments, died Wednesday.
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Present: S A Banfield, R Bardon, A Barnett, C J Beech, J Blay, A J C Carlin, D T H Castle, H A Collier, M Cook, Sir George Cox, Professor R Dover, C M C Dowlen, Eurlng Professor K L Edwards, J A Higgins, K J H Hogwood, C J Jeffery, ATA Keegan, K W Kempson, Professor G E Kirk, Eurlng C Ledsome, A R Maclachlan, Dr D J B Maffin, G W Mansfield, I Treacy, Eurlng Professor S P Vaitkevicius, M E Wallace, R T West.