Arthur Henry Brown

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Life

Born: 24 July 1830, Brentwood, Essex, England

Died: 15 February 1926, Brentwood, Essex, England

Biography

A self-taught musician, Brown began playing the organ at the age 10. He was organist of the Brentwood Parish Church, Essex (1842-53); St. Edward’s, Romford (1853-58); Brentwood Parish Church (1858-88); St. Peter’s Church, South Weald (from 1889); and Sir Anthony Browne’s School (to 1926). A member of the London Gregorian Association, he helped assemble the Service Book for the annual festival in St. Paul’s Cathedral. He supported the Oxford Movement, and pioneered the restoration of plainchant and Gregorian music in Anglican worship.

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Publications

External links

A short biography from Cyber Hymnal