Ansell, James Knotsford (Knottesford) 1776-26.may.1860 England, London Westminster St James - London Surrey Camberwell
organist in London, 1799 residing in London Saint Pancras, 21.apr.1829 professor of music and music teacher at Kennington Street in London Walworth, 15.apr.1830 until death music/bookseller and stationery dealer at 7 Russell Place, Old Kent Road in the parish of St Giles in Camberwell Surrey ; 31.jan.1799 at St Botolph Aldgate London he married Elizabeth Langworth ; 2.nov.1809 being widowed he married milliner Ann Gabb of Saint Pancras at his parish church Saint Marylebone London ; at death he left a widow Mary White (Dorset, Moreton 1799-)

Title Parts

[] The Princess of Brazil's minuet. Piano
pub Wilkinson & Co., London

[] La Meuniere. An original French air arranged with variations for the piano forte
inscribed to his pupil Master R. Loraine
pub Goulding, Phipps & d'Almaine, London 1804

[] The mad girl's song. London 1810
[] The hereditary Prince of Orange's grand march, for the piano forte
pub Goulding, d'Almaine, Potter & Co., London 1811

[] Braganza. The Prince Regent of Portugal's march
pub Wilkinson & Compy, London 1811

[] Ave regina. Four voices and chorus. London 1818
[] A Collection of sacred music for the service of the Catholic Church. London 1818
[] Triste raison, with variations for the harp and piano forte
dedicated to Miss Turnerelli
pub Printed & sold by Birchall & Co., London 1826

[] Six progressive lessons for the piano forte
pub W. Goodwin, London c1830

[] When thou art absent, love. Song. London c1835
words J. Hagne

[] Les Amies harmoniques, popular national melodies arranged for the harp and piano forte
pub Monro & May, London 1840

[] His Imperial Highness the Grand Duke Michel's cavalry march, for the piano forte. London 1844
[] The Ohio boatmen's song. American melody arranged as a rondo for the pianoforte. London c1845
[] O sacrum convivium. Four voices and organ. 1855
words St Thomas Aquinas

[] O salutaris and Tantum ergo. Choir and organ. London 1855
words St Thomas Aquinas

[] Ave Maria, gratia plena. Quartett and chorus. London 1855
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