Barrell, Edgar Alden jr 19.apr.1900-30.apr.1992 USA Massachusetts, Boston Newton - Georgia, DeKalb (bur Camden)
organist, 1917-1923 student living with his parents at 371 County Street in New Bedford, 1923 BA from Harvard University in Boston Cambridge, 23.jun.1923-oct.1923 traveled Scotland, England, France and Switzerland, 1924-1926 after the death of his father residing at 146 Cottage Street New Bedford, Master of Education from the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, organist/choirmaster of several New England and New Jersey churches, 1924-1930 music editor and contributor to Etude music magazine for Theodore Presser Co. in Philadelphia, 1930 music editor for a Publishing House in Lansdowne Delaware, music critic for the Standard Times in New Bedford, 1942 teacher english at Detroit University, 11.oct.1942 appointed organist of the Woods Presbyterian church in Grosse Pointe Michigan ; son of composer Edgar Alden Barrell sr and Louise Ellis Turner (NY Lowville 7.sep.1872-13.apr.1965 Delaware, Dover) ; 4.apr.1926 in Camden he married Alice Louise Dorrance (NY Camden 1905-27.may.1969 bur Camden)

Title Parts

[] Evening song
words and music Edgar Alden Barrell jr.
performed by Miss Florence Macbeth of the Chicago Opera Company in New Bedford, March 1922

[] Berceuse. Organ
pub Theodore Presser Co., Philadelphia 22dec1922

[] Entree du cortege. Organ
pub Theodore Presser Co., Philadelphia 1928

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