August 17, 1828, Albany, New York.

March 17, 1902, New York City.

Albany Rural Cemetery, Albany, New York.

Warren attended Racine College, Racine, Wisconsin, then played the organ at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church (1846–58) and St. Paul’s Church (1858–60) in Albany, New York. In 1860, he moved to New York City to become organist at Holy Trinity Church. After 10 years there, he became organist and choir director at St. Thomas’ Church in New York City. No music was played at his funeral, attended by thousands, as the mourners believed they could find no finer organist. Warren’s works include:

  1. Easter Angels
  2. Ecce Agnus
  3. Guide Me
  4. Log College
  5. National Hymn
  6. Torn Sail