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Henry Baker

Short Name: Henry Baker
Full Name: Baker, Henry, 1835-1910
Birth Year: 1835
Death Year: 1910

Henry Baker, Mus. Bac., son of the Rev. James Baker, Chancellor of the diocese of Durham; born at Nuneham, Oxfordshire; educated at Winchester School; graduated Bachelor in Music at the University of Oxford in 1867. He also worked as a civil engineer.

Scottish Church Music, its composers and sources by James Love; William Blackwwod and Sons, Edinburgh and London, 1891


Texts by Henry Baker (3)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
O sacred head surrounded By crown of piercing thornHenry W. Baker, 1827-1877 (Translator (alt. vs. 1))English1
Of the Father's love begotten, ere the worlds began to beHenry Baker (Paraphraser)English1
The King of love my Shepherd isHenry Williams Baker (Paraphraser)English1

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