Carter, Henry 6.mar.1837-a1900 England, London Bethnal Green - ?, ?
organist, choirmaster, born at Hackney Road, 9.apr.1837 baptized at St Matthew Bethnal Green, studied composition with John Goss, piano with Ernst Pauer and composition with Charles Steggall in London, organ with August Haupt, composition with Ferdinand Hiller and Friedrich Kiel in Germany, 1846 organist at the Northchurch and at Newington Butts in London, 1854 moved to Canada, 1857-1861 organist at the Anglican Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in Quebec City, 1864 moved to the USA, 1864 organist at the Church of the Advent in Boston and St Stephen in Providence, 1873-1880 organist/choirmaster of Trinity Church in New York, 1880-1883 professor of piano, voice and organ at the College of Music in Cincinnati, 1883 organist at the St Leonard's Church New York, at Henry Ward Beecher's Church New York, at the Plymouth Church in Brooklyn and Collegiate Church 48th Street in New York, 2.jun.1900 as organist lodging at the Park Avenue Hotel at 482 Fourth Avenue in New York Manhattan ; son of organist/watchmaker John Carter (London Bethnal Green 1803-) and Ann Leach (Nottinghamshire, Retford 1808-) who married 10.apr.1831 at St Matthew Bethnal Green ; brother of George and William

Title Parts

[] God, who at sundry times. Anthem. Soli, choir, quartet and orchestra. 1876
[] String quartet no1
[] String quartet no2
[] Psalm 122. Anthem
[] Nunc dimittis in D
[] The lily maid of Astolat. Four-part song
[] I told you the winter would go, love. TTBB Four-part song
[] Breathe, trumpets, breathe. Song
[] Sweet is true love, the song of Elaine (Tennyson). Solo-quartet and piano
pub G. Schirmer, New York

[] United Service march
pub Reynolds & Co., London

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