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Edward Miller › Tunes

Edward Miller
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Short Name: Edward Miller
Full Name: Miller, Edward, 1735-1807
Birth Year: 1735
Death Year: 1807

Edward Miller, Born in the United Kingdom. The son of a pavior (stone paver), Miller left home to study music at King's Lynn. He was a flautist in Handel's orchestra. In 1752 he published “Six Solos for the German Flute”. In 1756 he was appointed organist of St. George Minster Doncaster, continuing in that post for 50 years. He also gave pianoforte lessons. He published hymns and sonatas for harpsichord, 16 editions of “The Institues of Music”, “Elegies for Voice & Pianoforte”, and Psalms of David set to music, arranged for each Sunday of the year. That work had over 5000 subscribers. He published his thoughts on performance of Psalmody in the Church of England, addressed to clergy. In 1801 he published the Psalms of Watts and Wesley for use by Methodists, and in 1804 the history and antiques of Doncaster with a map.

John Perry

Wikipedia Biography

Edward Miller (1731 or 1735 – 1807) was an English musician, composer and historian of Doncaster. He is most noted as the writer of the hymn tunes Rockingham and Galway.

Tunes by Edward Miller (9)sort descendingAsInstancesIncipit
BISHOPTHORPE (Clarke)Edward Miller (Arranger)554321 76431 71234
BURFORD (Purcell)Edward Miller (Harmonizer)111234 54327 12345
[Cause me to come to thy river, O Lord]Edward R Miller (Composer)133233 43212 44344
EDINBORO (Miller)Dr. Edward Miller (Composer)611567 15316 54332
GALWAYEdward Miller, 1735-1807 (Composer)514332 17112 345
DONCASTER (Miller)Dr. Miller (Composer)214432 17112 34576
ROCKINGHAM (Miller)Edward Miller (Harmonizer)35013421 35655 17655
[Twas on that night when doomed to know]Edward Miller (Composer)2
WEBBEEdward Miller, 1735-1807 (Composer)334213 45566 51176

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