The British Musical Biography


Sale, John Bernard

[E] Sale, John Bernard, composer and bass
vocalist, brother of the above, born at Windsor
in 1779. He was a chorister in St. George's
Chapel, Windsor, and in Eton College, 17S5.
Lay-vicar, Westminster Abbey, 1800. Gen-
tleman of Chapel Royal, 1803. Organist of
St. Margaret's, Westminster, 1809. Musical
instructor to Queen Victoria. Organist of the
Chapel Royal, 1838. He died at London,
September 16, 1856.

[W] Works. — Psalms and Hymns for the Service
of the Church, London, 1837. S. Webbe's
Solfegios as Exercising Duetts, newly arranged
by J. B. Sale, London, n.d. Glees: listen
to the voice of love ; You ask the reason why
I love; The Butterfly; Little Piggy, and
other duets, bong's . The Robin, etc. Marches
for pf.

[+] His daughters, Mary Anne, and Sophia
(died May 3, 1869), were also musicians.
Another daughter, Laura, married W. J.
Thorns, the author. His brother, George
Charles, born at Windsor in 1796, was a
chorister in St. Paul's Cathedral, 1803. Or-
ganist, St. Marv's, Newington, in succession
to Dr. T. Busb}-, 1817; and St. George's, Han-
over Square, 1826. He died at London,
January 23, 1869.-

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