Barnett, John Maughan 21.mar.1867-31.jul.1938 England Warwickshire, Leamington - New Zealand, Christchurch
pianist, organist, conductor, studied organ with Frank Spinney and piano and composition with Gustav Ernest in Leamington, 1884-1889 organist of King Charles the Martyr in Tunbridge Wells, 1889 for health reasons he left England for Tasmania where he was organist of the Cathedral and conductor of the Musical Union in Hobart, 1893 organist of Napier Cathedral New Zealand, 1895 of St John's Presbyterian Church in Wellington, founder/ conductor of the Wellington Musical Society, 1912-1932 city organist in Auckland and of St Mark's Church in nearby Remuera, 1935-1937 organist/choirmaster of Christchurch Cathedral ; 4.sep.1889 at the Church of King Charles the Martyr in Tunbridge Wells he married Harriet Frances Tugwell (Cumberland, Workington 20.mar.1865-23.apr.1925 Auckland)

Title Parts

[] Ode to be sung at the opening of the Canterbury Jubilee, Industrial Exhibition, Thursday 1 November 1900
words O. T. J. Alpers
pub Printed at the office of the Lyttelton Times, Christchurch 1900

[] Ode to be sung at the laying of the foundation stone of the Town Hall, Wellington, by His Royal Highness the Duke of Cornwall and York, 18 June 1901
words S. Clarke Johnson
pub Turnbull & Palmer, Wellington New Zealand 1901

[] Marching song (Auckland Provincial Expeditionary Force, 1914)
words O. T. J. Alpers

[] Anzac anthem
words John Youlin Birch
pub Auckland Returned Soldiers' Association, Auckland 1918

[] A school song (Auckland Girls' Grammar School)
words Joan Claridge
pub Unity Press, Auckland 1920

[] Three songs
words George Gordon McCrae
pub F. Harris, London 1921
[] 1 - Never again
[] 2 - My lady passes
[] 3 - I ever lov'd the sea
[] It was Earl Haldan's daughter
words Charles Kingsley
pub Edwin Ashdown, London

[] Berceuse. Piano (also for Organ)
pub Cary & Co., London

[] Humoresque. Piano
pub Willcocks, London

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