George Gay

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Life

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Died: Unknown

Biography
George Gay was the organist of Corsham Chapel, in Wiltshire. His Sacred Music, consisting of Fifty Psalm and Hymn Tunes, Seven Set Pieces and a Canon was first published in 1827: a second edition was published in 1828. Gay was also a contributor to, and editor of, A Collection of Tunes (1833) compiled by Thomas Hawkes of Williton.

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Publications

  • Sacred Music, consisting of Fifty Psalm and Hymn Tunes, Seven Set Pieces and a Canon. London: C. Gerock, (1827); second edition London: C. Gerock, (1828)
  • A Collection of Tunes (editor, with Thomas Hawkes, and contributor). Watchet: Thomas Whitehorn, (1833)

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