Born: September 17, 1835, London, England.
Died: March 2, 1899, Eastbourne, Sussex, England.
Sangster attended the City of London School, and studied with Edward Hopkins, under whom he was a chorister at the Temple Church, and with W. Rea.
He went on to study in Berlin (1855) and at Oxford (BMus 1870, DMus 1877).
He played the organ at:
He composed a Quadruple Chant setting of the Te Deum (1891); anthems, including Lo! Star Led Chiefs (1888) and Blessed Is the Man; cantatas such as The Lord is My Light; part songs; an Overture, Prelude and Fugue for Organ; and other works for organ and piano.
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