James Langran

Short Name: James Langran
Full Name: Langran, James, 1835-1909
Birth Year: 1835
Death Year: 1909

James Langran (b. St. Pancras, London, England, November 10, 1835; d. Tottenham, London, England, June 8, 1909) studied organ as a youth but did not receive his Bachelor of Music degree from Oxford until he was forty-nine years old. He had several organist positions–the longest was at St. Paul's Church, Tottenham, England, from 1870 to 1909. He also taught music at St. Katherine's Training College for Schoolmistresses (1878-1909). Music editor of theNew Mitre Hymnal (1875), Langran composed around fifty hymn tunes and contributed several of them to early editions of Hymns Ancient and Modern.

Bert Polman


Tunes by James Langran (6)sort descendingAsInstances
CARTMELJames Langran, 1835-1909 (Composer)3
DEERHURSTJames Langran (Composer)38
EUCHARISTICA (Langran)J. Langran (Composer)2
HIGHNAMJ. Langran (Composer)2
LANGRANJames Langran (Composer)137
ST. PHILIP AND ST. JAMESJames Langran (Composer)3

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