Hope, Herbert Ashworth 5.feb.1879-11.jul.1962 England Lancashire, Atherton - Somerset, Lovington
solicitor, amateur composer, not active as musician in public, 1901 aged 22 as solicitors articled clerk residing with his widowed mother, 2 siblings and a servant at the Laburnums in Atherton, 12.apr.1904 initiated and 25.sep.1905 resigned at the freemason Tyldesley Lodge in Tyldesley near Atherton, 1910 as advocate and solicitor residing in Atherton, 1919 as barrister residing at 23 Upper Brook Street in London Mayfair, 1938 retired residing with wife, daughter, housemaid, parlormaid, kitchenmaid and cook at Marston Court in Marston Magna Somerset, at time of death residing at Greystones House in Lovington ; son of solicitor Thomas Hoyle Hope (Atherton 6.jul.1834-7.nov.1899 Atherton) and Jane Eckesley (Atherton 1841-) ; 26.jan.1910 at St Peter's Church in Newton-Le-Willows Lancashire he married Mary Letitia Airey (Newton-Le-Willows 30.sep.1882-)

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compositions all published under pseudonym Herbert Ashworth-Hope :
[] Sons of the Motherland. Come, one and all. Song
words P. Ryott
pub Swan & Co., Watson & Wilcock, London 1914

[] Minuet and Reverie. Piano
pub Keith Prowse & Co., London 1928

[] South Down. March. Wind band
pub Hawkes & Son, London 1928

[] March Bristol. Organ
pub Leonard, Gould & Bolttler, London 1933

[] Silver Thames. Piano
pub J. B. Cramer & Co., London 1933

[] Intermezzo caprice. Piano
pub Paterson's Publications, London 1933

[] Cloister shadows. Piano
pub Paterson's Publications, London 1933

[] For all the saints. Sacred song with organ obbligato
words William Walsham How
pub J. B. Cramer & Co., London 1934

[] Scenes from the West Country (Somerset)
orchestration Joseph Engleman
pub Leonard, Gould & Bolttler, London 1935
[] 1 - The squirrels' picnic
[] 2 - Lamorna
[] 3 - The yokels' holiday
[] Barnacle Bill, theme from the BBC TV series Blue Peter. Piano
pub Francis, Day & Hunter Music Pub. Co., London 1936

[] Round the bandstand. Light orchestra
pub Leonard, Gould & Bolttler, London 1937

[] A fireside reverie
arr. for light orchestra Joseph Engleman
pub Dix, London 1939

[] From Derry to Killarney
arr. for light orchestra Sidney Crooke
pub Peter Maurice Music Co., London 1940

[] Morceau. Piano
pub J. & W. Chester, London 1946

[] Memories. Piano
pub J. & W. Chester, London 1946

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