John Henry Maunder

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Born: 21 February 1858

Died: 21 January 1920


John Henry Maunder was born in Chelsea, London, and studied at the Royal Academy of Music. He began his career as a theatre composer but later specialised exclusively in producing sacred works for the Anglican church. He held posts as organist in several London churches. His cantata 'Olivet to Calvary' has remained popular.

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