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organist , vocal teacher

George Waring Stebbins, American organist, vocal teacher. member American Guild Organists.

Background

Stebbins, George Waring was born on June 16, 1869 in Albion, New York, United States. Son of George Coles and Elma (Miller) Stebbins.

Education

Educated Brooklyn Polytechnic and Collegiate Institute. Studied piano under Robert Thallon. Organ under Henry Eyre Browne, Brooklyn, and Guilmant, Paris.

Voice under Sbriglia, Paris, and Henschel, London.

Career

Organist Westminster Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, 1892-1893, Plymouth Church, 1899-1902, Emmanuel Baptist Church, 1893-1899, and since 1902. Conductor The Singers Club, New New York Charter member American Guild Organists. Composer: When Love Is Gone.

Thy Presence; also many songs, anthems and organ pieces. Address: 1171 Dean St., Brooklyn New York‡.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Composer: When Love Is Gone. Thy Presence

    • also many songs, anthems and organ pieces.

Membership

Member American Guild Organists.

Connections

Married Caroline Tichenor Worth, of Brooklyn, June 1, 1898.

father:
George Coles Stebbins

mother:
Elma (Miller) Stebbins

spouse:
Caroline Tichenor Worth