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WARREN, George William, musician, born in Albany, New York, 17 August, 1828. He displayed musical talent early in life, but for seven years was engaged in business. During that time he began to study music, and played the organ at St. Peter's church, Albany. He subsequently settled in New York, where he became a successful organist. In 1860 he was invited to take charge of the music of the Church of the Holy Trinity, Brooklyn, and ten years later he became organist of St. Thomas's church. He has written much church music and several pieces for the piano, and has published "Hymns and Tunes as sung at St. Thomas's Church, New York" (New York, 1888).
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