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ATKINSON, FREDERICK COOK. Mus. Bac., Cantab., 1867. Organist of
Rend your heart...
ATTWOOD, THOMAS. Born 1767. One of the Children of the Chapels Royal. Organist of St. Paul's Cathedral, 1796. Succeeded Dr. Dupuis as Composer to the Chapels Royal, 1796, and as one of the Organists in succession to J. Stafford Smith, 1836. Died 1838
Southwell. Gentleman of the Chapels Royal, 1764.
Organist of Master of the
BACH, JOHANN CHRISTOPH. Born 1643. Died 1703.
Brother of the preceding.
Born at Eisenach, 1685. Died 1750.
My spirit was in heaviness
Be not afraid
Bide with us
Now shall the grace
"Christmas" Oratorio, selections
O praise the LORD of heaven
BAKER, A. S., B.A. Organist of St. James's Church, New York, U.S.A. Born 1868. Died October 13, 1896.
BARKWORTH, JOHN E., M.A., Oxon.
The LORD hear thee
Precentor and Organist of Eton College, 1875Knighted 1892. Principal, Guildhall School of Music, 1892. Born 1838. Died, January 28, 1896.
BARRETT, W. A. Born October 15, 1834. Mus. Bac., Oxon., 1871. Vicar Choral of St. Paul's Cathedral, 1876. Died October 17, 1891.
Come, and let us go up
1277 Turn ye unto Me
BATES, FRANK. Mus. Doc., Dublin, 1884. Organist of Norwich Cathedral, December, 1885.
BATTEN, ADRIAN. Lay Vicar of Westminster Abbey, 1614. Organist and Vicar Choral of St. Paul's Cathedral, 1624. Died about 1640.
BEALE, WILLIAM. Born January 1, 1784. Gentleman of the Chapels Royal. Died May 3, 1854.
Bow down Thine ear to me, O Lord ...
BECKWITH, JOHN CHRISTMAS.
Mus. Doc., Oxon., 1803. Born 1750.
Organist of Norwich Cathedral, 1808. Died 1809.
Bell, WalteR BEDFORD. Organist of St. Stephen's, Bury.
Let Thy merciful ears, O LORD
BENNETT, George J. Mus. Doc., Cantab., 1893. Organist of Lincoln Cathedral, 1895.
Mus. Doc., Cantab., 1856. Born
BENNETT, SIR W. Sterndale, M.A. 1816. Succeeded Dr. Walmisley as Professor of Music in the University of Cambridge, 1856. Principal of the Royal Academy of Music, 1866. Died 1875.
BENSON, GEORGE. Born 1814. Mus. Bac., Cantab., 1878. Gentleman of the Chapels Royal, and Vicar Choral of Westminster Abbey.
BEST, W. T. Born August 13, 1826. Organist of St. George's Hall, Liverpool, 1855. Died May 10, 1897.
BIRD, WILLIAM. Born about 1538. One of the Choristers of St. Paul's Cathedral. Pupil of Tallis. Organist of Lincoln, 1563. Gentleman of the Chapels Royal, 1569. Died 1623.
BISHOP, JOHN. Born 1665. Lay Vicar of King's College, Cambridge. Organist of Winchester College, 1695. Organist of Winchester Cathedral, 1729. Died 1737.
Bow down Thine ear
130 Holy, Holy, Holy
BLAIR, HUGH, B.A. Mus. Bac., Cantab., 1887.
Worcester Cathedral, 1887. Organist, 1895. Resigned 1897.
BLAKE, REV. E., D.D. Prebendary of Salisbury. Born 1708. Died 1765. I have set God always before me
BLISS, REV. W. H., M.A. Mus. Bac., Oxon., 1863. Vicar of Kew.
BLOW, JOHN. Mus, Doc., Cantuar. Born at North Collingham, 1648. One of the first Children of the Chapels Royal after the Restoration. Organist of Westminster Abbey, 1669. Resigned (?) 1680 in favour of Henry Purcell. Gentleman of the Chapels Royal, March 16, 1673. Succeeded Pelham Humphreys as Master of the Children, July, 1674, Succeeded Wise as Master of the Boys and Almoner of St. Paul's Cathedral, 1687. Re-appointed Organist of Westminster Abbey on the death of Purcell in 1695. He was the first Composer to the Chapels Royal on the establishment of that office in 1699. The Cheque Book of the Chapels Royal records his death on October 1, 1708, and describes him as Organist, Composer, and Master of the Children.