Alsop, James Robert 11.jun.1851-19.nov.1898 England Lancashire, Liverpool West Derby - Liverpool Seaforth
organist, baritone singer, professor of music, singing teacher, born at 12 Derby Place in West Derby, 1860 residing at 20 Wentworth Street in Liverpool Everton, 1870 at 16 Cleveland Street in Birkenhead near Liverpool, organist of the St Thomas Church in London Stockport, performed as a baritone vocalist, 1879-1884 as professor and teacher of music residing at 18 Sandown Road in Seaforth, 1890 as singing teacher at 7 Kinross Road in Seaforth, he was manager music publishing in his family's publishing firm, at time of death residing at Claremont Road in Seaforth ; son of broker/accountant/printer/newspaper publisher James Alsop (Shropshire, Shrewsbury 14.jan.1819-26.aug.1876 Southport) and Emma Sudlow (Liverpool 7.aug.1823-a1891 Southport North Meols) ; 1877 in Birkenhead he married Maria Alexandrina McKowen (Liverpool 30.sep.1850-1897 Seaforth) ; son Francis Leigh (Seaforth 22.jun.1879-), son Gerald (Seaforth 9.jan.1884-)

Title Parts

[] All things of earth. Part song. Mixed choir
pub Novello & Co. Ltd., London 1879

[] Did'st thou e'er note. Glee for male voices. ATTB choir
pub Novello & Co. Ltd., London 1884

[] Magnificat and nunc dimittis in E. Mezzosoprano and orchestra
pub in Parish Choir Book No.64, Novello & Co. Ltd., London 1890

[] Office for the Holy Communion in E
pub Novello & Co. Ltd., London 1883
pub in "Short settings of theOffice for the Holy Communion" No.19, Novello, Ewer & Co. Ltd., London 1892 and 1910

[] In Thee O Lord. Anthem
pub Novello & Co. Ltd., London 1891
pub Periodical Publications, London. The Lute, etc. No.105. 1891

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