[Once in Bethlehem of Judah] (Maunder)

[Once in Bethlehem of Judah] (Maunder)

Composer: John H. Maunder
Published in 2 hymnals


Composer: John H. Maunder

John Henry Maunder United Kingdom 1858-1920. Born at Chelsea, England,,the son of a carpenter, he attended the Royal Academy of Music. He began his career as a theatre composer, but later specialized in sacred music for the Anglican Church. He became an author and composer, as well as a musician. He was organist at St. Matthew’s, Sydenham (1876-77); St. Paul’s, Forest hill (1878-1879); and at churches in Blackheath and Sutton. He married Ellen Fanny Fulgoux Dakin, and they had a daughter, Winifred. He provided musical accompaniment for concerts in Albert Hall, and, in 1881, conducted the Civil Service Vocal Union. He wrote about 20 church anthems, 10 cantatas, several carols, tunes for around 30 hymns, 19 songs and ballads, 12 s… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [Once in Bethlehem of Judah] (Maunder)
Composer: John H. Maunder
Incipit: 33334 32533 33343
Copyright: Public Domain

Instances

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Northfield Hymns for Young People #84

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The Church School Hymnal with Tunes #33

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