Raymond F. Glover
GLOVER, Raymond F. b. Buffalo, New York, 23 May 1928. Ray Glover, distinguished hymnist and church musician, was a boy chorister at St Paul's Cathedral, Buffalo. He studied with Healey Willan* at the University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada (BM, 1952), and Robert Baker (1916-2005) at the School of Sacred Music, Union Theological Seminary, New York City (MSM, 1954). Returning to Buffalo he served as organist and choirmaster, St Paul's Cathedral (1954-1963), master of music, Nichols School (1959-1963) and co-founder of the Three-Choir Hymn Festival. Glover was organist and choirmaster, Christ Church Cathedral, Hartford, Connecticut (1963-1974), St Paul's Church, Richmond, Virginia (1974-1980);...
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