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WARREN, Samuel Prowse, organist, born in Montreal. Canada, 18 February, 1841. He is the son of Samuel Russell Warren (1809-'82), a well-known organ-builder of that city. He went to Berlin in 1861, and studied for four years, giving his attention especially to the organ. In 1864 he returned to Montreal, and in the following year he removed to New York, where he still resides. For two years he played the organ at Dr. Henry W. Bellows's church, after which he became organist of Grace church. He then played for some time at Trinity church, after which he returned to his old post at Grace church. He has given several series of organ recitals, in which he covered the whole field of organ music, giving interpretation to all its schools.
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