Andrews, John Charles Bond 14.dec.1854-29.apr.1899 England Cheshire, Birkenhead - London Hammersmith
pianist, at the age of 11 gave series of piano recitals, 1870 he was sent to Leipzig where he studied under Carl Reinecke and others, studied with William Sterndale Bennett at the Royal Academy of Music in London, studied in Vienna, 1861 lodging with his mother and 2 brothers in Liverpool Everton, 1876 gave recitals in Birkenhead, 1881 as artist Bond Andrews residing with his mother and stepfather at 1 Eardley Crescent in London Kensington, appeared as pianist in London and other cities, conductor of touring opera companies, 5.jan.1892 he initiated at the freemason Savage Club Lodge but was excluded even before passing, 1892-1899 residing at 14 Batourn Gardens Shepherd Bush Road in Hammersmith, he died aged 43 from lymphadenoma at West London Hospital in Hammersmith ; son of surgeon's assistant John Stephen Andrews (St Oswald Chester Cheshire 1835-17.jan.1873 Liverpool) and Mary Elizabeth Teresa Meacock (Birkenhead bap.9.mar.1837-1897 London Fulham) ; 30.sep.1874 he became stepson of vocalist Charles de Wolfe King (1850-) ; 1881 in London Kensington he married Ellen Jane Hunt (London Earls Court bap.4.may.1864-1927 London Brentford) ; they had 5 children born 1883-1895 all including the name Bond

Title Parts



[] Sechs lieder fur eine singstimme mit begleitung des pianoforte
pub London 1878

[] Love thee. Song
poem by T. Moore
pub London 1878

[] Two Nocturnes for the pianoforte. op26
pub Schott & Co., London 1879
[] 1 - Larmes d'amour
[] 2 - Improvise
[] Du meine holde (Thou my beloved). Song
words F. W. E. von Zastrow, translated by P. Ingle
pub London 1880

[] Irlandaise for the pianoforte
pub Chappel & Co., London 1881

[] Two Melodies for the piano-forte
pub Schott & Co., London 1881
[] 1 - Spinning song
[] 2 - Morning song
[] Three Anglaises for the pianoforte
pub London 1881

[] Grotesque "The return from the Maypole". March for pianoforte
pub Chappel & Co., London 1881

[] Two Grotesques oriental for the pianoforte
pub London 1881

[] My Lady sleeps. Serenade, for voice and piano and violin or flute obbligato
words from Longfellow's "Spanish student"
pub Leonard & Co., London 1882

[] Three Pastorelles-Anglaises. Second set. For the pianoforte
pub S. Lucas, Weber & Co., London 1883
[] 4 - in F
[] 5 - in G
[] 6 - in F
[] Indiana. Comic opera. Manchester 4oct1886
libretto Farnie

[] Hernes's oak or The rose of Windsor. Opera. Liverpool oct1887
libretto Walter Parke

[] The rose of Windsor. Opera. Accrington aug1889
libretto Walter Parke

[] A Pair of lunatics. Operetta. 1892
[] The Cavalier. Stately dance for pianoforte
pub Schott & Co., London 1893

[] The nipper's lullaby. Song
words M. B. Spurr
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1893

[] Robin Hood up to date. Song
words H. Lennard
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1893

[] Alice. Song
words A. Chevalier
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1893

[] Drink of the golden cup. Song
words B. Daly
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1893

[] The signalman on the line. Song
words B. Daly
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1893

[] Mr. Fitz-W-? or Taking the bull by the horns. A Farcical operetta. Manchester 1893
libretto H. W. C. Newte and Walter Parke
pub J. Williams, London 1893

[] A Transcription of The nipper's lullaby for the pianoforte
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1894

[] The coster's 'oneymoon. Song
words R. Ganthony
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1894

[] Our bazaar. Humorous song
words A. Chevalier and B. Daly
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1894

[] Star of my life. Song. In E flat and G
words W. Parke
pub G. F. Jefferys & Co., London 1894

[] Raise high the cup. Song. In B flat and D
words A. R. Carter
pub R. Cocks & Co., London 1894

[] My Bess. Song. In F and G
words B. Daly
pub R. Cocks & Co., London 1894

[] Our Bazaar. Barn dance, founded on A. Chevalier's song. Pianoforte
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1895
pub in Merry, Merry Favorites, etc. No.49. 1896

[] The lag's lament. Humorous song
words A. Chevalier
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1895

[] The miller of Sheen. Song
words A. R. Carter
pub Enoch & Sons, London 1895

[] Oh! the langwidge! Humorous song
words A. Chevalier
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1895

[] Dat's He. Plantation song
words A. R. Carter
pub Howard & Co., London 1895

[] 'E ain't the shadder of a notion. Song
words S. Leggett and A. Chevalier
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1895

[] Vulcan. Song
words A. R. Carter
pub J. B. Cramer & Co., London 1895

[] How we laugh. Humorous song
words M. B. Spurr
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1895

[] Pierrot Coster. Song
words A. Chevalier
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1895

[] The old nut-brown. Song
words by A. R. Carter
pub Hopwood & Crew, London 1895

[] Thou of the almond eyes. An arabian serenade. In C minor and E minor
words A. R. Carter
pub J. B. Cramer & Co., London 1896

[] Saviour of all. Sacred song. With ad lib. accompaniments for organ, violin and cello
words M. B. Spurr
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1897

[] Our village concert. Musical sketch
words M. B. Spurr
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1897

[] He dropped it. Humorous song
words M. B. Spurr
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1897

[] The Galop. Humorous dance song
words M. B. Spurr
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1897

[] Big Moon. A Plantation serenade with harmonized chorus ad lib.
words M. B. Spurr
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1897

[] Behind the veil. Musical monologue
words M. B. Spurr
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1897

[] Snowflakes. Musical monologue
words E. Major
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1897

[] What is a Gentleman? Musical monologue
words Mrs. N. P. O'Donoghue
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1897

[] The game of life. Musical monologue
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1897

[] Dat Chile! Song
words M. H. Spurr
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1897

[] The lesson of the water mill. Musical monologue
words S. Doudney
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1897

[] If we only knew. Musical monologue
words M. B. Spurr
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1897

[] What is a Lady? Musical monologue
words L. Johnston
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1997

[] Doan' ye keep me waitin'. Song
words M. B. Spurr
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1897

[] The last token. Recitation with music
words W. A. Eaton
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1898

[] The silence of the deep. Song
words Clifton Bingham
pub Egerton & Co., London 1898

[] The world went very well then. Humorous song
words M. B. Spurr
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1898

[] The rude awakening. Song
words R. Ganthony
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1898

[] The world went very well then. An old time measure
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1899

[] Has it ever occurred to you? Humorous song
words M. B. Spurr
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1899

[] And so did I. Humorous song
words M. B. Spurr
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1899

[] Oh, Zephyrs, blow! Humorous part-song for male voices
words M. B. Spurr
pub Reynolds & Co., London ?1909

[] Quartet in B flat
[] Trio in d. Piano and strings
[] Sonata in g
[] May Pole. Suite
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