(b. ? London, c. 1700; d. there, 1825), composer, writer, teacher and music-engraver ; lived partly in London, partly in Liverpool, where he was apparently connected with All Saints' Church. He composed ' Psalmodia Christiana,' a collection of sacred music (1790) ; ' Euphonia,' 62 psalm and hymn tunes in 4 parts for All Saints' Church, Liverpool; Moralities, or verses on music, friendship, avarice, etc. ; services, anthems, glees ; also some numbers in Arnold's collection of hymn tunes. He also wrote an Introduction to Singing (1795). E. v. d. s.