B i o g r a p h y
Originally a scholar of Wycliffe College, Douglas graduated in medicine from St Thomas’ Hospital Medical School.
He became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and was associate ENT Surgeon at the Royal Surrey County Hospital until his retirement in 2014.
He is an independent researcher in music, living in Guildford, Surrey, and is a member of the Royal Musical Association, the American Musical Instrument Society, the Dolmetsch Foundation and a member of the committee of the Galpin Society.
He is a deacon in the Church of England.
Rehearsing with Emma MacMillan
Part of Douglas' instrument collection
'Octave flutes in England 1660-1800'.
'The flageolet in England 1800-1900': the instrument, its music , and social context.'
PhD (University of Surrey)
'The recorder 1800-1905'.
'The small flute concerto in early eighteenth-century England'.
'The recorder in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries'.