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Christopher Grogan is currently Head of Information Services at the Cambridge Theological Federation, prior to which he was, for 13 years, Director of Collections and Heritage for the Britten-Pears Foundation. Since completing his doctorate on Elgar’s The Apostles in 1989, he has written extensively on English music and is the author of the well-received Imogen Holst: A Life in Music (2nd ed., Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2010). He is also a contributing editor to the Elgar Complete Edition. He lives in Suffolk with his wife, three children and Bichon Frise.