Armstrong, Anne 'Annie' Elizabeth (fem) 25.jun.1853-19.jun.1898 England, London St Pancras - London Hounslow
pianist, 22.jul.1853 baptized at the Old Church in Saint Pancras, 1861 residing with her parents, governess, housekeeper and servant at 36 Osnaburgh Street in Regent's Park, 1871 at 60 Burlington Road in Paddington, 1881 living with her mother, sister Jessie and a servant at 37 Walterton Road in Paddington, 1891 still single living with her divorced sister Harriet, her widowed mother, sister Jessie and a servant at 4 Kirn Road in London Ealing, 1896 she was admitted to a nursing home because of breast cancer and died after an operation for lung cancer at Montague Road Hounslow as widow of George Armstrong (?) in the presence of her sister Harriet ; daughter of accountant Thomas Armstrong (London Marylebone 1805-) and Elizabeth Anne Gardner (Kent, Deal 1811-1891 London Brentford Ealing) ; sister of Harriet Curling Armstrong (Camberwell 13.sep.1843-1925 Wandsworth), singer Eleanor Armstrong (Camberwell 19.aug.1839-), writer Jessica 'Jessie' Fearon Armstrong (Camberwell 26.mar.1845-) and composer Catherine Armstrong (London Newington 27.oct.1847-)

[not to confuse with novelist Challice, Annie Emma Armstrong 10.jun.1820-11.jan.1875 London Holborn - London Marylebone]

Title Parts


[] Farewell if ever fondest prayer. Soprano and piano
words George Gordon Noel Byron (Lord Byron) (1788-1824)
published 1873

[] Love's message. Ballad. p1876
words by J. F. A. (Jessie Fearon Armstrong)

[] I dormi o figlio. Romanza
words C. Morroni Bernabo
pub Augener & Co., London 1877

[] Barcarolle. Piano
pub Edwin Ashdown Ltd, London 1878

[] Bo-peep and boy-blue "In the woodland deep". Song. p1881
words by Jessica (Jessie Armstrong)

[] Danse des lutins. Piano
pub Edwin Ashdown Ltd, London 1882

[] Claude Duval minuet. Piano
pub Edwin Ashdown Ltd, London 1883

[] Heigh ho! Song
words by Jessica (Jessie Armstrong)
pub Hutchings & Romer, London 1883

[] Barcaruola in F and E flat. Canzone
words L. A. Paladini
pub Augener & Co., London 1884

[] Hans Andersen's fairy tales set to music. p1884
words J. Armstrong (Jessie Armstrong)

[] A lost chord
words A. A. Procter
pub Augener & Co., London 1884

[] The old oak settle. Song
words C. Armstrong (Catherine Armstrong)
pub Benjamin Mocatta & Co., London 1889

[] Songs from "Alice" (Alice in Wonder-land)
dedicated to the children of England
words Lewis Carroll
pub Hart & Co., London 1885

[] The old see-saw. School choir and piano
words C. Armstrong (Catherine Armstrong)
pub Robert Cocks & Co., London 1886
pub J. Curwen & Sons Ltd, London

[] Suffer little children. School choir and piano
words E. Oxenford
pub J. Curwen & Sons Ltd, London 1887

[] Harmony. Song
words by C. Armstrong (Catherine Armstrong)
pub Augener & Co., London 1887

[] My heart's regret. Song
words Lord Beaconsfield
pub Edwin Ashdown Ltd, London 1887

[] The land of Nod. Song
words by J. F. (Jessie Fearon Armstrong)
pub R. Cocks & Co., London 1887

[] The beauteous land
words E. Oxenford
pub E. Ascherberg & Co., London 1888

[] Litlle lays for little lasses. School Songbook. Piano
pub J. Curwen & Sons Ltd, London 1889

[] Road to angel land in E and F. Song
words R. Lotinga
pub Hutchings & Romer, London 1890
in Cornet treasury (Celian Kottau) with piano. Book III, Osborne, Hopwood & Crew Ltd, London

[] Life's heritage in D and F. Song
words Clifton Bingham
pub E. Ascherberg & Co., London 1896

[] The closing of the day. Song
words C. E. Kitton
pub Paterson & Sons, Edinburgh and London 1897

[] Down the dream (Down the stream). Barcarolle
words M. L. E.
pub Paterson & Sons, Edinburgh and London 1897

[] Byegone times in A and B flat. Song
words Clifton Bingham
pub Paterson & Sons, Edinburgh and London 1897

[] Homewards. Song
words May Clarissa Gillington
pub Paterson & Sons, London 1897

[] Morning May dew
words A. Chapman
pub Paterson & Sons, Edinburgh and London 1897

[] Sevenfold Amen (on card)
pub Novello & Co., London 1899

[] Only a melody "When the light is lit". Voice and piano
words Clifton Bingham (c1858-1913)
pub Patey and Willis, London c1900
pub Leonard & Co., London

[] Action songs for growing up, in old notation and tonic sol-fa with piano. Book II
words and actions by May Gillington
Mary Clarissa Gillington (Mrs. George Frederick Byron) (Audlem, Cheshire 1861-5nov1936 Dorset)
20th Century Songs, published by Chappell & Co. Ltd., London 1904
[] Fifteen original songs to sing and act out rhythmically
[] Tick-e-tock. Six songs
words from The little one's own coloured picture paper
pub J. Curwen & Sons Ltd, London 1905

[] True hearts. Song
pub Augener & Co., London

[] Bringing home the hay
pub Augener & Co., London

[] By the lake
pub Augener & Co., London

[] Christmas bells
pub Augener & Co., London

[] Jeanne
pub Augener & Co., London

[] Just a song
pub Augener & Co., London

[] Marjorie's marriage bells
pub Augener & Co., London

[] Royal heather. Ballad
pub Augener & Co., London

[] Summer flowers. Mazurk
pub Augener & Co., London

[] La tombe dit a la rose
pub Paterson & Sons, Edinburgh and London


[] Collection of songs
pub Robert Cocks & Co., London 1896
[] The flowers' lullaby
[] The lamplighter
[] The Christmas stocking
[] Sly Reynard
[] The little recruit
[] Fishing song
[] The huntsman
[] The warden of the rain
[] Story-Land
[] The pedlars
[] The sea shell
[] The pigeons
[] The little truants
[] Kings and Queens
[] The stage coach
[] The old oak
[] The wreck
[] The shepherdess
[] The Christmas pudding
[] I have a little garden
[] The two rabbits
[] The Eainbow
[] The snail
[] The spiders
[] Action songs in old notation and tonic sol-fa, with piano accompaniment. Book 5
words and action by May Gillington, music by Annie E. Armstrong
copyright proprietor and publisher Robert Cocks & Co., London 14sep1898
49 - The blacksmith
50 - Thistledown
51 - The poor bunnies
52 - The racers
53 - My lady nightingale
54 - The midnight march
55 - Bath-time
56 - The kite
57 - Robin's breakfast
58 - Daffy down dilly
59 - The water fairy
60 - The ferry
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