1818–1901
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June 30, 1818, West­min­ster, Lon­don, Eng­land.

Feb­ru­a­ry 4, 1901, Lon­don, Eng­land.

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Brother of John Hopkins, Edward began his musical career by singing in the choir at the Chapel Royal. He later played the organ at Mitcham, Surrey; St. Peter’s, Islington; and St. Luke’s, Berwick Street. In 1843, he became organist at the Temple Church in London, where he played over half a century. In 1882, the Archbishop of Canterbury awarded him an honorary Doctor of Music. His works in­clude:

  1. Alleluia, Dul­ce Car­men
  2. Artavia
  3. Brent Tor
  4. Calm
  5. Culford
  6. Deva
  7. Children’s Voic­es
  8. Christmas Morn
  9. Ellers
  10. Every Morn­ing
  11. Heber
  12. Midian
  13. Nukapu
  14. Papworth
  15. Raphael
  16. Redcliff
  17. Shropshire
  18. St. Ath­a­na­si­us
  19. St. Hugh
  20. Tarring
  21. Temple
  22. Wessex
  23. Wildersmouth

Hopkins’ burial place