Almond, Emma Romer bap.20.nov.1813-14.apr.1868 England, London Holborn - Kent, Margate
soprano opera singer, studied with James Elliot and George Smart, 16.oct.1830 she debuted in Linley's The Duenna at Theatre Royal Covent Garden London, 1834 she sung in Auber's Fra Diavolo at Covent Garden, 1848 in New York she sung in Wallace's grand opera Maritana, 1848 in Philadelphia she sung in Auber's Fra Diavolo, 1852 manager of the Surrey Theatre, 1861 residing at Telfar Lodge Lower Tulse Hill Surrey, she died at 17 Clifton Terrace Margate where she had retired after her husband's death ; daughter of jeweler John Romer (London Westminster 1783-22.apr.1867 London Bloomsbury) and Elisabeth Sarah Cooper (Westminster 25.jul.1787-1856 London Kensington) ; sister of composer Frank Romer (London 5.aug.1810-1.jul.1889 Malvern) ; 15.sep.1835 at St James Westminster she married army contractor halter maker George Almond (Westminster 29.jul.1803-19.nov.1863 Westminster)

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[] I leave them all for thee. Ballad
music Emma Romer
words L. C. Peach
pub Edwin Ashdown, London 1853

[] I love thee yet "Thou'art false to me". Song
music Emma Romer
pub Edwin Ashdown, London 1853

[] Thinkst thou of me "Thou art amid the festive halls". Ballad
music Emma Romer
pub Edwin Ashdown, London, 1853

[] My song shall be joyous. Ballad
music Emma Romer
words H. B. Olliffe
pub Edwin Ashdown, London 1854

[] The silent lute "My heart is like a silent lute". Song
music Emma Romer (1854)
music Emma Almond (1862)
words Rt. Hon. B. Disraeli
pub Edwin Ashdown, London 1854 & 1862

[] Oh Lord! Thy will be done "My God". Sacred song
music Emma Almond
pub Edwin Ashdown, London 1862

[] The sister's parting "We part awhile". Song
music Emma Almond
pub Edwin Ashdown, London 1862

[] Bright Summer, I would follow thee. Song
music Emma Almond
words L. C. Peach
pub Edwin Ashdown, London 1862

[] Buttercups and daisies
pub Edwin Ashdown, London 1862

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