Arscott, Frederick (Frederic) Henry 11.mar.1847-1.feb.1938 England Channel Islands Guernsey, St Peter Port - France Bretagne, Dinan
organist, 1889 Mus.Bac. from the University of Toronto Canada, 1864 organist of the Protestant Church in St Peter Port, 1870 of the Roman Catholic Church in St Helier at Jersey Channel Islands, around 1874 he worked with Henri Kowalski on the revival of religious music in Dinan, 1874 he was organist of Eglise Saint-Malo in Dinan, 1881 residing at 1 Drayton Place in St Helier Jersey, after 1881 conductor of Societe Philharmonique and Societe de Musique des Salesiens in Dinan ; son of professor of music Richard Arscott (Devon, Plymouth 1816-a1891 St Saviour) and Susanna Martin (St Peter Port 1822-b1881 St Peter Port) ; brother of composer Julius Arscott

Title Parts

[] Mass for male voices. pub London 1865
[] Mary "The heath this night must be my bed". Song. Voice and piano
words Sir Walter Scott
pub Cramer, Wood & Co., London 1872

[] Calm silent is the night. Cradle song. pub London 1874
[] Lamento in c. Organ
composed for the inauguration of the Henri Kowalski organ at the chapel of Eglise Saint-Malo in Dinan 1874
[a new and larger Alfred Oknow organ was inaugurated 29jul1889]

[] Echo des Bois. Marche caracteristique pour piano. pub London 1877
[] Boutade pour piano. pub London 1878
[] Salve Regina. Solo for soprano or tenor. pub London 1881
[] O Salutaris hostia. Trio for soprano, alto and tenor. pub London 1881
[] Magnificat for four voices and organ. pub London 1882
[] Dream of my heart "Last night she came in my dream". Song
words F. Conway Lomax
pub W. Marshall & Co., London 1882

[] Ave Maria. Quatuor pour soprano, alto, tenor et basse, etc.
pub R. Butler, London 1885

[] Pleine mer. Valse pour piano
music F. Arscott, ms writer L. Arscott
dedication: A mademoiselle Audrey Chapman
pub E. Duval, Paris 1898

[] Hymn for the coronation of King Edward VII
pub Skeffington & Son, London 1902

[] Danse rustique, pour violon et piano. Dinan 1907
[] Hymn for the coronation of His Majesty King George V
pub Skeffington & Son, London 1911

[] Tantum ergo, a 4 voix mixtes
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