Bachelor of Arts, University of Oxford, 1945; Master of Arts, University of Oxford, 1949; Doctor of Music (honorary), Susquehanna (Pennsylvania) U., 1970; Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), Virginia Theological Seminary, 1997.
Assistant organist, Christ Church Cathedral, University of Oxford, 1943-1946;
organist, St. Mathews Church, Northampton, England, 1946-1950;
organist, Christ Church Cathedral, St. Louis, 1950-1954;
organist, Cathedral St. John the Divine, New York City, 1954-1974;
organist, St. James's Church, New York City, 1974-1987;
organist, St. Stephen's Church, Ridgefield, Connecticut, 1987-1996;
chair department music, Manhattan School Music, 1984-1993;
retired, 1993. Adjunct Professor music Union Theological Seminary, New York City, 1960-1973. Department chairman church music Manhattan School Music, 1984-1993.
Coordinator standing commission on church music Episcopal Church, 1974-1985.
Served with British Army, 1941-1942. Fellow Royal College Organists, American Guild Organists (honorary fellow, president 1964-1969), Royal Canadian college Organists, Royal Academy Music, Royal School Church Music.
Married Mary Thornton Broman. Children: Vaughan, Richard, Patrick, Christopher.