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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