When Hine was a chorister at Magdelen University he served being a clerk. He visited London and researched with Jeremiah Clarke quickly thereafter learning to be a deputy to Stephen Jeffries using the guarantee that Hine would end up being the organist. When Jeffries passed away Hine acceded to the positioning. Compositions by Hine and William Hayes had been often conflated partly due to the households close associations. Section of his posthumous collection rightly included “Harmonia sacra Glocestriensis, or, Select Anthems for 1, 2, and 3 voices,” and an body organ voluntary.