Bamberger, Moritz 10.aug.1863-28.sep.1931 Germany, Koln - England, London Golders Green
pianist, orchestral conductor, studied at the Royal Academy of Music in London, 1890-1891 as musician residing with wife and son at 202 Great College Street in London St Pancras, 4.aug.1891 he played piano and conducted his orchestra at the High Court of the Ancient Order of Foresters at Foresters Hall on Clerkenwell Road, 20.sep.1897 he initiated at the freemason Camden Lodge, 1900-1914 as musician residing at 45 Lady Margaret Road in London Kentish Town, 23.jul.1909 he became naturalized British, 1916-1931 as musical director residing with his wife at 30 Woodstock Avenue Golders Green, he died at Hampstead General Hospital ; son of Leopold Bamberger (Germany, Duisburg 25.mar.1823-) and Sophie Schwartz (Germany, Viersen 3.dec.1821-) ; 1889 in London he married Charlotte Thorner (London Camden Town 1873-1933 Golders Green) ; son musician Albert Henry (London St Pancras 1890-), daughter Johanna Charlotte (London St Pancras 1892-), daughter Gertrude (London St Pancras 1896-)

Title Parts

[] The Skylark. Polka. Piano
pub Goddard & Co., London 1888
pub Weekes & Co., London
ms The British Library, St Pancras London

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