Baycock, Frederick James 22.aug.1913-4.mar.1970 England, London Islington - Surrey, Wrecclesham
(theatre) organist, studied at the Brighton School of Music, Fellow Royal College of Organists (FRCO), Licentiate Royal Academy of Music (LRAM), studied organ with Ronald Hollis Timberley and Eric Harding Thiman, 1940-1945 he served in the RAF, 1948-1962 organist and choirmaster of Holy Trinity Church in London Paddington, 1948-1962 conductor of the Elysian Concert Society, 1948-1962 music teacher at St Gabriel's College, 1949 residing at 85 Woodlands in London, he used the pseudonyms Fredric Bayco, Frederick Boyce, Guy Desslyn, Peter Keane and William Field ; son of window dresser Henry Richard Baycock (Wandsworth 18.nov.1885-1972 Huntingdon) and Bertha Ellen Dorothy East (Guildford 1884-) who married 3.aug.1912 in Paddington ; he married contralto Rosina Verne

Title Parts

[L] Elizabethan masque. Orchestra. 1957
Pro Arte Orchestra / George Weldon

[] Song of solitude. Pianoforte
pub Dix, London 1936

[] Love is the perfect thing. Song
pub Boosey & Co., London 1939

[] Scherzo. Organ
pub E. Ashdown, London 1951

[] Minuetto "St Gabrielli". Organ
pub Edwin Ashdown, London 1951

[] Hymn for heroes. Organ
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1952

[] A Woodland legend. Violin and orchestra
pub Francis Day, Paris 1953

[] Fanfarronade. Violin and orchestra
pub Francis Day, Paris 1953

[] Lady beautiful. Piano
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1954

[] Autumn charm. Piano
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1955

[] In olden tymes. Pastorale. Piano
pub Josef Weinberger, London 1958

[] Dancing silhouette. Piano
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1959

[] A Christmas alleluya. Mixed choir and organ
pub Oxford University Press, London 1971

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