Alcock, Stanley 14.feb.1872-7.jan.1964 England, London Twickenham - Berkshire, Chieveley
14.feb.1872 baptized at St Mary the Virgin in Twickenham while his father was schoolmaster of Fortescue House Police Orphanage Twickenham, 1900 still single and with his mother proprietor of the George Hotel at George Street in London St Albans ; son of schoolmaster and musician Walter William Alcock (Derbyshire, Brailsford 1838-3.mar.1907 London St Pancras) and hotel owner Mary Galpin (Dorset, Weymouth 1839-) ; brother of Walter and Gilbert

Title Parts

[] The Lord bless us and keep us. Set for 4 voices
pub Novello, Ewer & Co., London and New York 1890

[] Ave verum "Jesu, word of God incarnate". Anthem
pub Novello & Co., London 1902

[] The story of the cross. Hymn
words E. Monro
pub Weekes & Co., London 1902

[] Ecce panis angelorum. Hymn at the offertory. SATB Choir
pub Cary & Co., London 1932

[] Faith of our fathers. Hymn tune, words Westminster Hymnal
pub Novello & Co., London 1942

[] Missa brevis ad quatuor voces inaequales. 1943
pub Novello & Co., London 1960

[] Bone pastor "Very bread, good shepherd, tend us". Short motet at the offertory
pub Stainer & Bell, London 1960

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