The British Musical Biography


Field, John Thomas

[E] Field, John Thomas, organist and com-
poser, born near Manchester, February 4,
1850. First musical studies private. Later,
pupil of Sir John Stainer, and Dr. J. F. Bridge.
In 1868, appointed organist and choirmaster.
Parish Church, Holywell, North Wales; 1870,
Christ (Jhurch, Southport ; 1872, St. German's,
Blackheath ; and, two years later, to Christ
Church, Lee Park, Kent, where he is still in
office. Associate of the Philharmonic Society.

[W] Works. — Morning, Communion, and Even-
ing Service in D ; Benedictus and Agnus Dei,
in F ; Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in G;
The Canticles of the Church, Two Sets ; Chant
Services. Anthems : Send out Thy Light ;
Lord of our life; Hail! gladdening light; and
others ; Carols. Songs : An old story ; Two
children fair; Part-songs, etc. Offertoire a la
Senate, in three movements, and other organ
pieces ; Nocturne, pf. ; Pieces for pf. and
violin ; Romance in A, etc., etc.

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