Au­gust 28, 1826, Westminster, London, Eng­land.

Sep­tem­ber 2, 1905, at home in St. Pancras, London, Eng­land.

St. Pancras Ce­me­te­ry, East Finchley, London, Eng­land.


Brother of George Macfarren, Walter served as a chorister in Westminster Abbey (1836–41). He entered the Royal Academy of Music in 1842 and was a professor of piano there (1846–1903). He composed pieces for piano, voice and piano, and vocal ensemble, and for many years was a music critic for The Queen.

  1. Barmouth
  2. Frykman
  3. Heri Mundus Exultavit