Born: Feb­ru­a­ry 11, 1864, Green­wich, Lon­don, Eng­land.

Died: Oc­to­ber 8, 1928, Pad­ding­ton, Lon­don, Eng­land.


As of 1881, Horn­er was liv­ing at home in Lam­beth, Sur­rey, and work­ing as a drug­gist’s as­sist­ant. In 1901, he still lived in Lam­beth and taught mu­sic.

Horner stu­died un­der Fred­er­ick Bridge at the Roy­al Col­lege of Mu­sic, and taught har­mo­ny and coun­ter­point at Tri­ni­ty Col­lege, Lond­on, where he was Di­rect­or of Ex­am­in­a­tions (1917–27). He was al­so an ex­ter­nal ex­am­in­er for Dur­ham and Birm­ing­ham Un­i­ver­si­ties.

He played the or­gan St. Al­phe­ge’s, South­wark (1884–86); St. Bar­na­bas’, Tun­bridge Wells (1886–90); St. John’s West­min­ster (1890–1919); and Ho­ly Tri­ni­ty.


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