Bagby, George Littlejohn 19.may.1881-13.nov.1962 USA Kentucky Carter, Grayson - Kentucky, Versailles (bur Lexington)
tenor, choral conductor, 1909-1914 and 1921-1923 studied in all countries of western Europe, mainly in Milan Italy, with De Felicia in Paris, Jean de Reszke in Nice, Scoatrina in Florence, 1915-1917 choirmaster of Second Presbyterian Church and music teacher in Huntington West Virginia, 25.feb.1932 the will of Anne Weightman Walker Penfield left him $600000, from 1925 he organized and 1941 carried on the Bagby Foundation concerts at New York Waldorf Astoria Hotel founded by his uncle Albert Morris Bagby in 1925, until 1955 he made many visits to Europe ; son of James Thompson Bagby (Lewis 3.mar.1837-18.mar.1921 Grayson) and Mary Elizabeth Spragg (Greenup 15.jan.1842-4.aug.1928 Grayson) ; he never married

[from 1920 he gave his year of birth as 1885 and from 1930 as 1891]

Title Parts

[] Song of the evening. Meditation. Piano
pub M. Witmark & Sons, New York 1928

[] Love's moment. Cello and piano
pub M. Witmark & Sons, New York 1928

[] Ole Man Winter. Song
words Frank Lebby Stanton
pub M. Witmark & Sons, New York 1928

[] Impressions, 6 pieces pour piano
pub E. Ploix, Paris 1931

[] Valse fugitive. Piano
pub E. Ploix, Paris 1931

[] Valse captive. Piano
pub E. Ploix, Paris 1931

[] In an old garden. Piano
[] Alone. Song
[] Daffodils. Song
[] Sanctuary. Song
[] Son tutto duola. Song
[] Ave Maria
[] Roses of red. Musical comedy
libretto G. Romilli
pub Robbins Music Corporation, New York 1929

[] Fioretta. Operetta. 1929
libretto Romoli Johnson

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