Frederick Charles Maker
MAKER, Frederick Charles. b. Bristol, 1844; d. Bristol, 1 January 1927. He was a chorister at Bristol Cathedral, and later taught music in Bristol. He was a part-time teacher at the public (independent) school, Clifton College. He was organist at three nonconformist churches: Milk Street Methodist Free Church, Clifton Downs Congregational Church, and Redland Park Congregational Church. He held the last post for almost thirty years (1882-1910). At the invitation of the editor, Alfred Stone, he contributed to later editions and supplements (1876, 1881) of The Bristol Tune Book (1863), composed music for the piano, and also sacred music: anthems, cantatas (e.g. Moses in the Bulrushes), and...
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