Haydn Keeton

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Haydn Keeton (born October 26, 1847 in Mosborough , Yorkshire , † May 27, 1921 in Peterborough , Cambridgeshire ) was an English organist, music teacher and composer.

Keeton worked from 1870 until his death as organist and choirmaster at Peterborough Cathedral . In 1879 he opened a collection of his own psalm settings for the cathedral choir, which was constantly expanded and to which Stanley Vann's compositions later also contributed. His students included Malcolm Sargent , Alfred Whitehaed , Thomas Armstrong, and William Plant . Keeton also emerged as a composer of church music works for the organ.