Organ Sheet Music
Compositions by Dr Edward J. Hopkins
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Biography of Dr Edward J. Hopkins
Hopkins, Dr Edward John. A.P.S. (1864), Hon.R.A.M. (1871), Mus.D. (Cantuar, 1882), Mus.D. (Toronto, 1886), F.R.C.O. Chorister in the Chapel Royal, St. James’ Palace, London, under William Hawes, 1826-33; pupil of Thomas Forbes Walmisley. Organist of Mitcham Parish Church, 1834-38; St. Peter’s, Islington, London, 1838-41; St. Luke’s, Berwick Street London, 1841-43; the Temple Church, London, 1843-98. One of the founders of the Royal College of Organists. Professor of organ at the Royal Normal College for the Blind, Norwood, London, . Composed anthems, services, organ pieces, madrigals, songs, part-songs, &c. Brother of John Hopkins and Thomas Hopkins; cousin of Edward Hopkins and Dr John L. Hopkins. b. Westminster, London, England, June 30th, 1818; d. Camden Square, London, Feb. 4th, 1901.
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|Hopkins, Dr Edward John (1818-1901)|
|Four Pieces (1: Serioso; 2: Placidamente; 3: Grazioso; 4: Moto Continuo)