George M. Garrett
Born: 8 June 1834
Died: 8 April 1897
George Mursell Garrett was born in Winchester where his father was master of the choristers at Winchester Cathedral. He later served as assistant to Samuel Sebastian Wesley at Winchester. Garrett was appointed the Director of Music at St. John's College, Cambridge in 1857 and held the position for forty years.
Garrett wrote music for the Anglican Church in the form of service settings and anthems. He is perhaps best represented today by his Anglican chant setting of Psalm 126.
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List of choral works
- God, who is rich in mercy
- In humble faith and holy love
- The Lord is loving unto every man
- The Lord is risen
- My love is like a red, red rose
- Psalm 47
- Single chant in D major
- There is a land of pure delight
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