Reginald Tustin Baker
He was born on 4 July 1900 the son of Albert William Baker (b. 1860) and Emily Jane Tustin (1861-1918). He studied organ under Herbert Brewer at Gloucester Cathedral and became his assistant from 1920 to 1926.
He died in December 1966.
- Assistant organist of Gloucester Cathedral 1920 - 1926
- Organist of St. Luke's Church, San Francisco 1926 - 1928
- Organist of Hexham Abbey 1928 - 1929
- Organist of Halifax Minster after 1929 - 1937
- Organist of Sheffield Cathedral 1939 - 1966
His compositions include
- Evening Service in D
- Communion Service in A flat
- Anthems: At the Lord's High Feast, The Lord in my Shepherd, Bow thine ear.
- Choral songs: Sleep Holy Babe, Christ was born on Christmas Day, Sing O Sing, I wandered lonely as a cloud.
- Who's Who in Music, Shaw Publishing, 1949-1950
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