1803, Jun 241887, Oct 7
an English-American composer. Webb began his career as an organist in Falmouth, England. In 1830, he emigrated to Boston, Massachusetts, where he played the organ at the Old South Church for almost 40 years. He also played the organ and belonged to the Boston Church of the New Jerusalem. He and Lowell Mason founded the Boston Academy of Music, as well as collaborating on their Musical Library. Webb also composed several choral and organ works.
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01/08/1833-Boston Academy of Music, first U.S. music school, established by Lowell Mason and George James Webb 
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