Person Male Born 27/2/1848 Died 7/10/1918
Composer and music historian. Born Charles Hubert Hastings Parry at 2 Richmond Terrace, Bournemouth. He became a professor at the Royal College of Music in 1883, and Professor of Music at Oxford in 1900. His works include the anthem 'I Was Glad', the choral and orchestral ode 'Blest Pair of Sirens' and most famously, his setting of William Blake's poem 'Jerusalem'. Died at Rustington, Sussex.