Agate, Ernest William 16.feb.1880-25.dec.1943 England, London Stoke Newington - London Stoke Newington
organist, choirmaster, born at 5 Sisters Place and the next month moved to 183 Church Street, 1907-1910 teacher at Trinity College London, 1911 organist/choirmaster of St Mary's Church of England in Stoke Newington, 1911-1943 residing at 76 Maury Road in Stoke Newington, 1935 organist/choirmaster of All Saints Parish Church in London Edmonton, conductor of St Phillips and Stoke Newington Choral Societies, 1937 organist/choirmaster of St John's Parish Church in London Hoxton, 1937 professor at the London College of Choristers, Silver Medalist of Trinity College London, qualified as Fellow Royal College Oxford (FRCO), he died at Hackney Hospital in London Homerton ; son of composer William John Agate and Maria Isabella Silverthorne (Belgium, Brussel 1852-) ; 30.jul.1908 at St Martin Kensal Rise Street in London Brent he married music teacher Edith Jane Wells (London Islington 1881-)

Title Parts

[] A call at morn. Voice and piano
words by "Etoile"
pub William John Agate & Co., London 1906

[] 3 Miniatures. Three romantic pieces for the pianoforte
pub W. J. Agate & Co., London 1908
[] 1 - Youth
[] 2 - Romance
[] 3 - Rondino
[] Trois pieces pastorelle pour piano
pub W. J. Agate & Co., London 1908
[] 1 - Villageois. Rustic poem
[] 2 - Eclogue. Pastoral song
[] 3 - Villanelle. Rustic dance
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