1838-1919

January 4, 1838, London, England.

Educated for an academic career, Moss became headmaster of a school in Cardiff, Wales, on January 4, 1858, and stayed there four years. He subsequently held a similar position at Wantage, Berkshire. Leaving academia for the musical profession, he returned to London. In June 1866 he was appointed precentor of Poultry Chapel, a post he held for nine years. In January 1877 he became tenor vocalist at the Foundling Chapel. His works include:

  1. Cullingworth
  2. Giessen/Hoxton
  3. Llandaff
  4. Melanchthon
  5. Ulpha