Anderson, Edward Gordon 11.jul.1885-23.sep.1962 England, London Eltham - Birmingham Sutton Coldfield
conductor, medical practitioner by profession (doctor, M.B., Ch.B), 11.jul.1885 baptized at St John the Baptist in Eltham, conductor of Vickers and Maxim's Orchestra in Erith Kent, musical director of Theatre Royal in Guildford, 1911-1915 as doctor residing at 36 Blunt's Road in Eltham, 1918-1919 as captain serving in the RAMC residing at 73 Rann Street in Birmingham Ladywood, musical director of the Birmingham & Midland Operatic Society, wrote numerous articles for Musical News and Monthly Musical Record, 1932-1939 residing at 9 Twickenham Road in Birmingham Erdington, 1939 as divorced medical practitioner, 1962 residing at 87 Maney Hill Road in Sutton Coldfield, he died at Good Hope Hospital Sutton Coldfield ; son of West India merchant Edward Anderson (Lee Kent 10.apr.1848-12.jun.1910 Salterton Devon) and Emma Catherine Lewin (Eltham 12.feb.1851-11dec.1932 Birmingham)

Title Parts

[] Concerto for flute and strings
[] Liebelei (Flirtation). Cello and piano
pub A. Weekes & Co., London 1935

[] Four waltzes. Orchestra
[] Stanton, a Cotswold fantasy. Orchestra
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