Arscott, Julius Edward 4.dec.1849-21.feb.1895 England Channel Islands Guernsey, St Peter Port - Jersey, St Saviour
organist, professor of music, 1887 Mus.B London , 1891 Doctor of Music from the University of Toronto Canada, born at 12 Victoria Road, 1871 as professor of music lodging in Wolverhampton Staffordshire (at the lodging house of his future mother-in-law Eliz Myatt and his future wife Catherine Myatt), 1872 as teacher of music residing with his wife at Lincoln Place Compton Road in Wolverhampton, 1873 at 15 Lord Street, 1881 residing at 10 West Side Saumarez Street in St Peter Port, 1881-1889 organist of All Saints Church and St Stephen's Church, conductor of the Guernsey Musical Union, 1889 he moved to Jersey Island, 1891 residing with his wife and 7 children aged 0-15 at 2 Sandringham Villas in St Saviour, he died after a brief illness and his wife died just a few hours later, leaving 8 children orphan at the age of 3 to 20 ; son of professor of music Richard Arscott (England, Plymouth 1816-a1891 St Saviour) and Susanna Martin (St Peter Port 1822-b1881 St Peter Port) ; brother of composer Frederick Arscott ; 1871 in Wolverhampton he married dressmaker Catherine Agnes Myatt (Staffordshire, Wolverhampton 1848-22.feb.1895 Guernsey)

Title Parts

[] Regret "Since that day". pub London 1880
by T. C. Brehaut, arranged by J. Arscott

[] Love and beauty "When pale fac'd lilies". Song. Voice and piano
words Frederic A. Hendy
pub Weekes & Co., London 1881

[] Adonijah
produced at St Julian's Hall in St Brelade, Jersey 1883

[] Albuhera. Quick march. Reed band. pub London 1885
[] Psalm 122, v. 6-9. Anthem. Choir
the words compiled by the Rev. F. E. Lowe
performed at St Stephen's Church, St Peter Port 14feb1885

[] Quatre Bras. March. Reed band
performed at the White Rock Guernsey 1886

[] La pluie glissante. Morceau brillant. op6
pub W. H. Milne, Jersey 1889

[] A merry little gigue. Piano. 1890
[] The white cuirassier. Military comic opera
libretto H. W. Simonton
performed for the benefit of the composer's children at Theatre Royal, Jersey 9oct1895

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