Sir William Frederick Glock, CBE ( – 28 June 2000) was a British music critic and musical administrator. He read history at the University of Cambridge and was an organ scholar at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge.
In 1949 he founded the music journal The Score, and served as its editor until 1961.
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The summer school put on performances of works by contemporary composers and courses for musicians.
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He later became music critic at the New Statesman, from 1958 to 1959.
Glock became the first director of the Bryanston Summer School of Music in 1948.