Thomas Frederick Dunhill (b. Hampstead, London 1 February 1877; d. Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire March 13th 1946) was an English composer and writer on musical subjects. He is best-known for his song-cycle The Wind among the Reeds. Thomas Dunhill attended the Royal College of Music, London, in 1893 and studied pianoforte under Franklin Taylor and composition under Sir Charles Villiers Stanford. He won an open scholarship for composition in 1897. He became a music-master at Eton College for several years, before becoming a professor at the Royal College of Music in 1905.