Hall, Charles King

1845-1895

English composer and organist; born in London. His first position as organist was at St. Paul's, Camden Square, afterwards at St. Luke's, then at Christ Church. He wrote School for the Harmonium and the Harmonium Primer. He composed much churchmusic, many songs and piano-pieces and operettas. Among these are Foster-brothers; Doubleday's Will; A Tremendous Mystery; The Artful Automaton; Grimstone Grange; The Naturalist, and others.