Allan, Ernest William Haydn 22.jun.1870-15.jun.1903 England Yorkshire, Leeds - London Harringay
pianist, organist, violinist, violist, conductor, 31.jul.1870 baptized at St Peter while residing at Basinghall Street in Leeds, 1871-1883 residing with his parents at 2 Stamford Street in Leeds, 1883 aged 13 as professional pianist, 1891-1895 as teacher of music residing with his parents at 103 Portland Street in Southport Lancashire, 1894 as musician residing at 43 Lambeth Palace Road in London Lambeth, 1896 as musician residing at 36 St Stephen Mansion Kensington, 1897-1903 as musician and music editor for Francis, Day & Hunter residing at 33 Hewitt Road in London Harringay, the serious and prolonged illnesses of his children drained his resources and led to his untimely death after 3 days illness, other obituaries were written as dramatically as if it had been suicide ; son of composer William J Allan and Hannah Maria Wood (Cheshire, Macclesfield 1850-1898 Southport) ; 18.jan.1894 in Glasgow he married opera singer Adele Catherine Powys 'Kate' Harwood (born Epsom Surrey 1871, baptized Southwold Suffolk 3.apr.1872-) ; children Ethel Kathleen (7.sep.1894-), Harold William (4.mar.1896-), Norah Eileen (24.jul.1897-), Walter Leonard (17.jul.1898-), Constance Barbara (Harringay 26.may.1900-)

Title Parts


[] Pas de coquettes. Danse gracieuse. Piano
composed aged 14 -  no doubt with some help from his father
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1884

[] The Pavilion. Waltz for the pianoforte
pub London Music Publishing Co., London 1889

[] Les petits Chevaux. Polka. Piano
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1895

[] Way down where the coons come from. Song
words Malcolm Arnold
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1896

[]  Early Birds. Waltz. Pianoforte
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1896

[]  Victoria Regina. Grand valse. Pianoforte
dedication : Queen's Diamond Jubilee
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1896

[] Zillah. Waltz. Pianoforte
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1897

[] Little Dolly daydream. Barn dance. Pianoforte
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1897

[] Hearts of oak. Lancers
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1898

[] Little Dolly daydream. Waltz. Pianoforte
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1898

[] Valse elegante for the pianoforte
pub E. Donajowski, London 1899

[] Old country dance, for the pianoforte
pub E. Donajowski, London 1899

[] The British Lion. Patriotic song
words F. H. Witts
pub Broad St. Music Stores, London 1900

[] His brother Bill. Patriotic volunteer song
words J. Truscott
pub E. Donajowski, London 1900

[] Army and Navy. Lancers. Pianoforte
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1901

[] Ping! Pong! Polka. Pianoforte
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1901

[] Down the Vale. Waltz on F. L. Moir's popular song. Pianoforte
pub Boosey & Co., London 1901

[] 'Tis not a bit like you. Song
words Edgar Bateman
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1902

[] Virginny cake-walk. Pianoforte
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1903

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