Albert Edmonds Tozer
TOZER, Albert Edmonds. b. Little Sutton, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, 13 January 1857; d. Steyning, near Brighton, Sussex, February 1910. He was educated at the City of London School, and the Royal Academy of Music. A brilliant young organist, he was elected FRCO at the age of 19. He was made an ARCM in 1885. He completed a BMus at Durham University and a DPhil at Oxford University.
As a young man Tozer was an organist at two Anglican parishes on the south coast, St Mary Magdalene at St Leonard’s on Sea, and Holy Trinity, Hastings. A Roman Catholic convert, he later became organist of Catholic churches, notably the Church or the Sacred Heart, Hove, Brighton (1888-1901). In 1890 he was...
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