Born: February 21, 1858, Chelsea, England.
Died: January 21, 1920, Brighton, England.
Maunder attended the Royal Academy of Music, and played the organ St. Matthew’s, Sydenham (1876-77); St. Paul’s, Forest Hill (1878-79); and at churches in Blackheath and Sutton. He provided accompaniment for concerts in Albert Hall, and, starting in 1881, conducted of the Civil Service Vocal Union. His works include:
Penitence, Pardon and Peace
The Martyrs, a cantata for men’s voices
Nutter, p. 461
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