Archer, Frederick 16.jun.1838-22.oct.1901 England, Oxford - USA Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh
organist, conductor, organist of Merton College Oxford, 1873-1880 organist and conductor at Alexandra Palace in London, 1881 organist of Henry Ward Beecher's church in Brooklyn, then of the Church of the Incarnation in New York, 1883 he founded the weekly 'The Keynote', 1887 conductor of the Boston Oratorio Society, 27.feb.1896-28.jan.1898 conductor of the Pittsburgh Orchestra

Title Parts

[] King Witlaf's drinking-horn. Cantata. London 1857. op2
[] A word of thine. Ballad. London 1860. op3
[] La Piquante. Morceau de salon, pour le Piano. London 1863
[] The Chase. Part song. London 1876
words by H. Vinning

[] Erin Asthore "There nestles an isle". Ballad. London 1877
poetry by L. H. F. du Terreaux

[] My lady's face. Song. London 1877
words by M. X. Hayes

[] The glorious majesty of the Lord. Festival anthem
pub Weekes & Co., London 1878

[] Comfort the soul of thy servant. Anthem for soprano and chorus
pub Swan & Co., London c1880

[] The pain-killer polka. Piano
pub Cuningham Boosey & Sprague, London c1890

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