British singer, organist, pianist, and composer appreciated primarily for his songs for single voice and chorus. He previously an extended association using the Royal Academy of Music. He released his initial musical function, a song routine called On the Rim of the Moon, while he was doing work for an ammunition producer during World Battle I. He became well-known carrying out a 1929 single vocal concert at Wigmore Hall in London. He was raised in Eastbourne, East Sussex, Britain as the boy of the musician along with a journalist. He established the poems of W.H. Davies to music in a bit called Songs from the Countryside.