Samuel Stanley

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Life

Born: 1767

Died: 1822

Biography:

A Birmingham cellist and psalmodist, who was Precentor of Carr's Lane Congregational Chapel, and later of Ebenezer Chapel, Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham. (from Fynn Titford-Mock on Gallery Music Who was who)

View the Wikipedia article on Samuel Stanley.

List of choral works



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Publications

  • 1802 Twenty-four tunes in Four Parts, Adapted for the Organ Piano-Forte &c. Composed Chiefly to Dr. Watts's Psalms and Hymns
  • c.1835 Psalm and Hymn Tunes, composed and arranged for four voices, with an accompaniment for the organ or pianoforte, published Z. T. Purday, London

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