Reginald Tustin Baker
Baker was born in 1900 in Gloucester, 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 1920–26, after fought in the British Army during the First World War.
- Assistant organist of Gloucester Cathedral 1920–26
- Organist of St. Luke's Church, San Francisco 1926–28
- Organist of Hexham Abbey 1928–29
- Organist of Halifax Minster after 1929–37
- Organist of Sheffield Cathedral 1939–66
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
- Humphreys, Maggie; Evans, Robert (1997). Dictionary of Composers for the Church in Great Britain and Ireland. A&C Black. p. 17. ISBN 9780720123302. Retrieved 20 August 2017.
- England & Wales, Civil Registration Birth Index, 1837-1915
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