Herbert Brewer

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Born: June 21, 1865, Glou­ces­ter, Eng­land.

Died: March 1, 1928, Mil­lers Green, Glou­ces­ter, Eng­land.


Arthur Herbert Brewer start­ed his mu­sic­al ca­reer as a chor­ist­er in Glou­ces­ter Ca­thed­ral, where he was a pu­pil of or­gan­ist Charles Lloyd. He at­tend­ed the Ca­thed­ral School and Ex­e­ter Col­lege, Ox­ford. He served as organist at St. Catherine’s and St. Mary de Crypt, Glou­ces­ter (1881), and at St. Giles’ Church, Ox­ford (1882). He re­ceived the first or­gan schol­ar­ship to the Roy­al Col­lege of Mu­sic (1883), and was or­gan schol­ar at Ex­e­ter (1883). He lat­er played the or­gan at Bris­tol Ca­thed­ral (1885); St. Mi­chael’s, Co­ven­try (1886); Ton­bridge School (1892), and Glou­ces­ter Ca­thed­ral (1896).

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