|Short Name:||James Langran|
|Full Name:||Langran, James, 1835-1909|
Born: November 10, 1835, St. Pancras, London, England.
Died: June 8, 1909, Tottenham, London, England.
A pupil of John Calkin, Langran was tutored as organist at St. James’s Church, Edmonton (London). He then served as organist at St. Michael’s, Wood Green (June 1856); Holy Trinity, Tottenham (1859); Parish Church, All Hallows, Tottenham (1870); and St. Paul’s, Tottenham (1870-1909). He was also Instructor to the Training College for Schoolmistresses, Tottenham, from its foundation around 1880, and received a Bachelor of Music degree from Oxford in 1884.
Hustad, p. 271
Nutter, p. 460
|Tunes by James Langran (4)||As||Instances|
|CARTMEL||James Langran, 1835-1909 (Composer)||3|
|DEERHURST||James Langran (Composer)||31|
|LANGRAN||James Langran (Composer)||120|
|ST. PHILIP AND ST. JAMES||James Langran (Composer)||3|