1859–1900

Introduction

Born: No­vem­ber 21, 1859, Kemp­sey, Wor­ces­ter, Eng­land.

Died: Feb­ru­a­ry 4, 1900, Lon­don, Eng­land.

Buried: Mal­vern Ce­me­te­ry.

Biography

Haynes was ed­u­cat­ed at Han­ley Cas­tle Gram­mar School. He re­ceived his ear­ly mu­sic­al train­ing from his un­cle, Will­iam Haynes, organ­ist of Mal­vern Pri­ory.

He was a cho­ris­ter in the Pri­ory Church, and act­ed fre­quent­ly as de­pu­ty or­gan­ist. He stu­died un­der Frank­lin Tay­lor, Eb­en­e­zer Prout, and at the Leip­zig Con­ser­va­tor­i­um un­der Carl Rein­ecke, S. Jad­as­sohn, and oth­ers. He was award­ed the Mo­zart Schol­ar­ship, and on leavi­ng the Con­ser­va­tor­i­um re­ceived the high­est cer­ti­ficate giv­en to a pu­pil.

After a short re­si­dence in France, he re­turned to Lon­don. He served as or­gan­ist at St. Phil­ip’s Church, Upper Syd­en­ham; pro­fess­or of har­mo­ny and com­po­si­tion at the Roy­al Acad­e­my of Mu­sic; and or­gan­ist and choir­mas­ter, Cha­pel Royal, Sa­voy (1891).

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