Margaret Augusta Eliot|
26 February 1914
St Pancras, London
|Died||27 February 2011(aged 97)|
|Occupation||Professor of Oboe|
Edward Granville Eliot
Margaret Augusta Eliot (26 February 1914 – 27 February 2011) was an English music teacher and musician. She was a professor of oboe at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and her best-known student was George Martin; in 2011, just before her death at age 97, she appeared in the documentary film Produced by George Martin.
Eliot was also an honorary member of the Royal Academy of Music.
Margaret Eliot was born to Hon. Edward Granville Eliot (1878–1958) - a younger brother of both 7th and 8th Earls of St Germans - and his wife Clare Louise née Phelips (1883–1927). She was a great granddaughter of Edward Granville Eliot, 3rd Earl of St Germans (1798–1877).
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