The British Musical Biography


Walmisley, Thomas Forbes

[E] Walmisley, Thomas Forbes, composer
and organist, born at London in 1783. He
was a chorister in Westminster Abbey, and
studied under Attwood. Married eldest
daughter of Wm. Capon, 1810. Organist of
St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London, 1812. He
died at London, July 23, 1866.

[W] Works. — Six Glees for 3, 4, 5, and 6 voices,
London, 1814 ; A Collection of Glees, Trios,
Rounds, and Canons, London, 1826 ; Six
Glees, dedicated to the Catch Club, London,
1830 ; Six Glees for 4 voices, 3rd collection,
London, 1830, ; Six Glees, 4th collection,
London ; many single glees, including prize
glees, etc. Six Anthems and a short Morning
and Evening Service, London, n.d. Sacred
Songs, London, 1841. Songs.

entry id: 430-R-9

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