1830–1915

June 10, 1830, Lon­don, Eng­land.

March 21, 1915, Syd­en­ham, Eng­land.

Barry was ed­u­cat­ed at Rug­by and Trin­i­ty Col­lege, Cam­bridge. He was a stu­dent of Tho­mas Wal­mis­ley, and la­ter stu­died in Co­logne and Leip­zig, Ger­ma­ny.

He re­turned to Lon­don in 1858, and two years la­ter was or­gan­ist and choir­mas­ter at For­est School, Ley­ton­stone Hill.

Barry is known as a com­po­ser of hymn tunes, can­ta­tas, etc. and as the au­thor of the An­a­ly­tic Notes to the Crys­tal Pal­ace, Phil­har­mon­ic, Rich­ter and Bir­ming­ham con­certs. He al­so con­trib­ut­ed to the Guar­di­an, and ed­it­ed the Month­ly Mu­sic­al Re­cord (1875–79).

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