Barratt, John 11.jan.1848-7.apr.1910 England Yorkshire, Huddersfield Milnsbridge - Scotland, Paisley
organist, professor of music, received his musical training at York Minster, 1877 BM from Oxford University, 1880-1890 residing at 1 Maxwell Street in Paisley Scotland, organist of Paisley Abbey Church, organist of Clark Town Hall in Paisley, conductor of the Paisley Select Choir, has published anthems, hymn-tunes, etc. ; 9.nov.1869 in Kilmarnock Scotland he married Elizabeth Millar Brown (Kilmarnock 1848-) who was still living in 1924 at 2 Brodie Park Avenue in Paisley

Title Parts

[] Short mass in E flat. SATB Choir and organ
pub Cary & Co., London 1885

[] Four movements from Clementi's Sonatinas for young students. Violin and piano
music Muzio Clementi, arr John Barratt
pub Edwin Ashdown Ltd., London 1887

[] Adoremus in aeternum (Adoreums in aeternum). Gregorian chant
in A. E. Tozer, Modern Church Music No. 24
pub Cary & Co., London 1889

[] Rule Brittannia
Baptie 1894 : "bold, spirited, and effective"
one of his arrangements that were performed at the annual programmes issued for the concerts on the Tannahill Anniversary

[] Pergolesi's Choral fugue. Organ
erroneously published as by John Barrett
pub Vincent Co., London (still in the catalogs 1905)

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