John Churchill Sibley
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John Churchill Sibley was born on December 12, 1858, in Crewkerne, Somerset and became a boarder at the local School, where, from the age of 13 he played the school organ.
At 18 Sibley became a teacher at Clifton Grammar School in Warwickshire, where he was also the organist. To avoid making a noise, he practiced on a small harmonium. without using the bellows and eventually gained his Doctor of Music degree in 1894.
==Director of Music==
Later he was appointed to the position of Director of the Queen’s Music and became well known as a composer of both sacred and secular music. He continued to work both as a conductor and composer but after the First World War began to take a greater interest in spiritual matters and a common bond through music led to him accepting ordination as a priest from F.E.J. Lloyd in 1924.
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