Benjamin Franklin Baker Sheet Music

  • Born
    10th July 1811
  • Died
    11th March 1889
  • Birthplace
    Wenham, MA, USA

American teacher, singer, and composer. He sang, directed choirs, and taught music in Salem, Massachusetts, and in 1833 toured the country with a concert company. He then settled in Bangor, Maine, as a businessman, but moved to Boston in 1837 to study music with John Paddon. He was director of music at W.E. Channing’s church

Title Form Instrument
My Sea-Side Home Ballade Voice(s) and Piano
When Life's Sad Dream is O'er Ballade Voice(s) and Piano
Baker's Formation and Cultivation of the Voice Books Voice(s) and Piano
Baker's Church Music Compilation Choir and Instrument
The Haydn Collection of Church Music Compilation Choir and Instrument
The Tabernacle Sacred Mass Choir and Instrument
The Timbrel Sacred Mass Choir and Instrument
Let us Pray! Song Cycle Voice(s) and Piano
The Death of Osceola Song Cycle Voice(s) and Piano
The Nightingale's Greeting Song Cycle Voice(s) and Piano
The Sun is Sinking Dearest Song Cycle Voice(s) and Piano