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Compositions by Charles Hylton Stewart

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Biography of Charles Hylton Stewart

Stewart, Arthur Charles Lestoc Hylton. M.A. (Cantab), Mus.B. (Cantab). Studied at Chester Cathedral under Dr Joseph C. Bridge; Magdalen College School, Oxford; Peterhouse College, Cambridge. Organ scholar at Peterhouse College, Cambridge, 1903-07; assistant organist of King’s College, Cambridge, 1906-07; organist and music master at Sedbergh School, 1907; organist of St. Martins, Scarborough, 1908-14; Blackburn Parish Church, 1914-16; Rochester Cathedral, 1916-30; Chester Cathedral, 1930-32; St. George’s Chapel, Windsor, 1932. Music master at Sedbergh School, 1907-08. Son of C. H. Hylton Stewart; brother of Bruce D. Hylton Stewart. b. Chester, England, Mar. 21st, 1884; d. Windsor, Nov. 14th, 1932.

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Stewart, Arthur Charles Lestoc Hylton (1884-1932)
Five short & easy pieces founded on Hymn Tunes (1. “Caithness”; 2. “Babylon’s Streams”; 3. “Croft’s 136th”; 4. “St. Peter”; 5. “Aberystwyth”)
Title: Five short & easy pieces founded on Hymn Tunes
Composer: Charles Hylton Stewart
Price: £8.49
Availability: In Stock
Pages: 12
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0978-4
Published: 22-Jun-2016Add to basket
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