Hindle, John 1761-1796 England, London Westminster - London
pianist, organist, countertenor, teacher of singing and piano, 16.nov.1791 matriculated at Magdalen College Oxford where he graduated with BMus, studied with Benjamin Cooke, 1785 lay-vicar of Westminster Abbey, 1787-1794 residing at 4 Tufton Street Westminster, aug.1788 sang as countertenor at the Worcester musical festival, 1788-1793 gentleman of the Chapel Royal, organist of St Paul's Cathedral, 1789 owned property at Tottenham, 1791 and 1792 performed at the London Vocal Concerts, 1794 sang at the Oratorios at Covent Garden and was member of St Peter's Choir, member of the Royal Society of Musicians ; son of Bartholomew Hindle of Westminster

Title Parts

[] Collection of Songs for 1 and 2 voices. 1790
[] Set of Glees for 3, 4 and 5 voices to poetry by Pope and others. 1790. op2
[] Pleasure's enchanted ground. Glee for vocal quartet
[] Tell my Strephon that I die. Glee for vocal quartet
in the Professional Collection of Glees c1790

[] He on whose birth the lyric queen of numbers smiled. Glee for vocal quartet
[] Soft is the strain when Zephyr gently blows. Soprano and vocal quartet
[] Queen of the silver bow. Glee. ATTB Male vocal quartet
in the Professional Collection of Glees c1790

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