Albert Junos Holden

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Life

Born: 17 August 1841

Died: 16 July 1916

Biography Albert James Cook (“Janos”) Holden was born in Boston, Massachusetts. (Some biographies and sources use “Janos” as middle name; death records and other legal documents record “James”). He studied in New York City and became an established organist in the city, serving in several positions including the Universalist Church of the Divine Paternity, and the Presbyterian Church of the Puritans. He was also identified with an occupation of “pianos.” He was a founding member of the American Guild of Organists and editor of several collections of sacred music. He died in Longmeadow, Massachusetts. His compositions are mostly church music and hymns.

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