William Horsley

Born 18 November 1774. Died 12 June 1858
William Horsley
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1774-11-18
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William Horsley

William Horsley Biography (Wikipedia)

William Horsley (18 November 1774 – 12 June 1858) was an English musician. His compositions are numerous, and include amongst other instrumental pieces three symphonies for full orchestra. More important are his glees, of which he published five books (1801–1807) besides contributing many detached glees and part songs to various collections. His glees include "By Celia's Arbour," "O, Nightingale," and "Now the storm begins to lower", and his hymn tunes Horsley usually set to There is a green hill far away.

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There is a green hill far away
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Cecil Frances Alexander
There Is A Green Hill Far Away (feat. William Horsley)
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Choir of King’s College, Cambridge
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