John Henry Bridger

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Born: 1869

Died: 1938


John Henry Bridger was born in Farnborough, Hampshire, England. He was educated privately, in Guildford, and graduated from the University of Durham. He was organist at Farnborough Parish Church and St. Matthew’s, Redhill, Surrey, and taught privately. He died near Croydon, south London. He wrote a textbook “How to Harmonize Melodies” and composed a number of orchestral works, services, anthems, and hymns.

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