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Adm. pens. at TRINITY, Aug. 11,
1873. S. of
William, of Gray's Court [York]. B.
[Dec. 23], 1855, at York. School, St Peter's, York (Mr Stephenson). Matric.
Michs. 1873; LL.B. 1877;
LL.M. 1883; Mus.Bac. 1886; Mus.Doc. 1889. Hon. Fellow, 1930. Adm. Solicitor,
1881. Director of Music
at Wellington College, 1883-93. Organist of Trinity, 1893-1930; resigned.
Conductor of the C.U.M.S.,
1893-1912. President, R.C.O., 1922-3. Composer of Cantatas; Arethusa; Rock
Buoy Bell; Song of
Redemption; Odysseus in Phaeacia; Requiem; also violin sonata, organ
compositions, part songs
and much church music; also three choruses from Rupert Brooke's '1914'. 'A man
of very great height
(6 ft. 6½ in.) and of striking appearance.' Resided at 10, Chaucer Road,
Cambridge, where he died
Sept. 27, 1935. Brother of Edwin (1864) and step-brother of Charles (1851).
(Who was Who; The
Times, Sept. 30, 1935.)
|Alan GRAY |
Approx. lifespan: 18551935
Tripos: Trin. Law 1876
pens. Trinity College adm1873:08:11
s. of William GRAY of Gray's Court York, [ Yorkshire ]
b. York, [ Yorkshire ] 1855:[12:23]
Sch: St Peter's School York, [ Yorkshire ] ( Mr STEPHENSON )
Hon. Fellow 1930
Adm. Solicitor: 1881
Director of Music: at Sch: Wellington College [Wellington], [ Berkshire ] 1883-93
Organist of Trinity College 1893-1930 resigned
Conductor of: C.U.M.S. 1893-1912
President: R.C.O. 1922-23
Publ.: Composer of Cantatas Publ.: Arethusa Publ.: Rock Buoy Bell Publ.: Song of Redemption Publ.: Odysseus in Phaeacia Publ.: Requiem Publ.: also violin sonata, organ compositions, part songs and much church music Publ.: also three choruses from Rupert Brooke's '1914'.
'A man of very great height (6 ft 6.5 in) and of striking appearance'"/>
At 10 Chaucer Road, Cambridge, [ Cambridgeshire ]
d. 10 Chaucer Road, Cambridge, [ Cambridgeshire ] 1935:09:27
brother of Edwin GRAY (1864)
step-brother of Charles GRAY (1851)
Refs: Who was Who Refs: The Times 1935:09:30