Arcy Jaxone, H L d' (Jaxone, H L d'Arcy) 18??-?? England, ? - ?, ?
mainly a lyricist, D'arcy is a regular surname in England but Jaxone is probably a pseudonym, from 1883 as lyricist active in London, his compositions for piano and songs gained worldwide success and were often arranged for other instruments and for band, the songs for which he wrote the words became equally popular

Title Parts

[] Bal d'enfants. Intermezzo. Piano
pub Lafleur & Son, London 1891

[] Les Gardes de la Reine. The life guards. Polka-marche. Piano
pub Lafleur & Son, London 1891

[] La serenata. Italian waltz. Piano
as played by Gilmore's Band
arranged for piano by Launce Knight
pub Oliver Ditson Co., Boston 1891
arranged for band by F. Henri Greissinger
pub Carl Fisher, New York 1892

[] Chinese lanterns
arranged for band by L. P. Laurendeau
pub W. H. Cundy, 1893

[] Little Alabama coon. Schottische. Song
pub Charles Sheard & Co., London 1894
pub Willis Woodward & Co., New York 1894

[] The sunshine of Paradise Alley waltz. Piano
pub Charles Sheard & Co., London c1894
pub Allan & Co., Melbourne c1895

[] Tomfoolery, up-to-date lancers. Piano
dedication : To my old friend Robert Buckley
pub Charles Sheard & Co., London 1896

[] Aphrodite. Walzer fur pianoforte
pub Glas, Berlin 1896

[] Good night. Serenade. Mandolin or violin
pub E. Witzmann & Co., Memphis, Tennessee 1899

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