Mitton, Walter Adrian (pseud: Adrian, Walter) 15.sep.1877-13.mar.1972 England, London Lambeth - London Worthing
teacher of singing, 31.may.1896 baptized at Saint George Presbyterian Church in London Croydon, 1911 as postoffice telegraphist residing at 33 Huntley Road in South Norwood, 1934-1950 as teacher of singing and voice production residing at 1 Bingham Road in London Croydon, 1972 residing at 95 Offington Lane in Worthing ; son of head telegraph department Edwin Mitton (All Saints Northhamptonshire 1846-1930 Croydon) and Matilda Auber (London Paddington 1845-1928 Croydon) ; 1901 in London Croydon he married Margaret Durno Cowe (London Bermondsey 24.oct.1877-10.may.1950 Croydon)

Title Parts


[] Perseverance. Unison song
words and music Walter Adrian
pub J. B. Cramer & Co., London 1928

[] Raising a song
words Margaret Bingham
pub Cary & Co., London 1931

[] Skies. Reverie
words and music Walter Adrian
pub Elkin & Co., London 1jul1932
copyright renewal Walter Adrian 18dec1959

[] A rambler's song
words and music Walter Adrian
pub Elkin & Co., London 22sep1933
copyright renewal Walter Adrian 9dec1960

[] To music, to becalm his fever. Song
poem by R. Herrick
pub Elkin & Co., London 1937
copyright renewal Walter Adrian 10dec1964

[] To music, to becalm his fever
words Robert Herrick
arranged as vocal duet Eric H. Thiman
pub Elkin & Co., London 1946

[] To music, to becalm his fever
words Robert Herrick
arranged for S.C.T.B. Eric H. Thiman
pub Elkin & Co., London 1947

[] To music, to becalm his fever. Voice and piano
words Robert Herrick
pub Elkin & Co., London 1958

[] Come live with me and be my love. Song. In D flat and F
words Christopher Marlowe
pub W. Paxton & Co., London 1938

[] Sigh no more. Unison song
words William Shakespeare
pub J. B. Cramer & Co., London 1950

[] Sigh no more, ladies. Song. Medium voice and piano
words William Shakespeare
pub J. B. Cramer & Co., London 1959

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