Samuel Webbe Jr.
Biography: Country: Great Britain. Webbe, Samuel (c. 1770–1843)
English pianist, organist, and composer, son and pupil of Samuel Webbe (Snr.). He obtained the Catch Club prize in 1794 and won others later. He settled at Liverpool in 1798, returning briefly to London in 1817 to teach jointly with Logier. He became organist of the Spanish embassy chapel, but he returned to Liverpool, where he held several church organist posts.
List of choral works
- Behold! blest peace
- Can love be controlled by advice?
- Cease your funning
- Come and let us live
- Few are the vales
- Lucis Creator optime
- O ponder well
- Sweet stream, that winds
- The charge is prepared
- Virgins are like the fair flow'r
- When my hero in court appears
- When pearly dew
- Whose voice did first inspire?
- The Woodnymph
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