1826–1912

Ap­ril 11, 1826, Chel­sea, London, Eng­land.

Ap­ril 29, 1912, Lo­ndon, Eng­land.

Lahee studied under John Goss and Will­iam Stern­dale Ben­nett. He played the organ at several churches, including Holy Trinity Church, Bromp­ton (1847–74). He won prizes for his compositions in Bris­tol, Man­ches­ter, Glas­gow, and Lon­don, and set to music poems by Ed­gar All­en Poe (The Bells), Henry Wads­worth Long­fel­low (Building of the Ship) and Al­fred Ten­ny­son (Sleeping Beauty). His works in­clude:

  1. Nativity
  2. Wild Bells