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Richard Horn

Richard Horn (1938–2004) was a church musician and composer. Born in Mt. Kisko, New York, he grew up in Rochester. At the age of 12 he was appointed assistant organist at his uncle's church in Philadelphia, beginning a 54-year career of church service in Pennsylvania, California, and Wisconsin. He studied organ with Catherine Baxter and Galen Weixel, but was largely self-taught. A graduate of Haverford College and Susequehanna University, he moved to California where he taught high school choral arts. In 1969, he moved to Madison, Wisconsin, where he spent the rest of his life, establishing DeForest Piano Service (tuning and maintenance) and serving as organist for a number of churches. His last 16 years were spent as the music director of St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Madison. Horn had received the Colleague certification from the American Guild of Organists and had published a number of choral and organ compositions with MorningStar Music Publishers.

Choral music by Richard Horn

Organ Music by Richard Horn