Bambridge, George Edmund 19.apr.1842-2.feb.1916 England Berkshire, Windsor - London Ealing
organist, pianist, 1860-1865 studied with Charles Lucas, George Macfarren, Walter Macfarren and Charles Steggall at the Royal Academy of Music in London, ARAM, 1864-1910 organist of St Luke's in London Westbourne Park, 1881 professor and examiner and 1897 vice-dean at Trinity College in London, 1897 widely known as a skilful piano teacher, he died at 26 Eaton Rise in Ealing while residing at 19 St Lukes Road in Westbourne Park ; cousin of composer William Samuel Bambridge

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[] Evening Service in F
[] Idyll for the pianoforte. 1879
[] Magnificat and Nunc dimittis, set to music in the key of F. 1881
[] Evaline. Valse for the piano
pub S. Lucas, Weber & Co., London 1883

[] Mazurka caprice. Piano
pub Vincent & Co., London

[] Music for the preparatory pianoforte examination of the local examinations of Trinity College of Music
composed and arranged by George Edmund Bambridge
pub Trinity College of Music, London 1906
[] 4 - Study in F by G. E. Bambridge
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