Beale, Charles James 27.mar.1818-19.mar.1882 England, London Whitechapel - London Lambeth
organist, 19.apr.1818 baptized at St George in the East and residing at Turner Street in London Whitechapel, 1850 residing with wife and a servant at 142 Long Acre in London St Martin in the Fields, 1850-1970 organist of St Paul's church Covent Garden in London, 1880 music teacher at 137 Stockwell Park Road in Lambeth ; son of flutist/pianist/organist/professor of music Robert Beale (London 23.apr.1792-9.mar.1860 London Pancras) and Isabella Elizabeth (London Marylebone 1788-a1870 London St Paul Covent Garden) ; he married singer/music teacher Elizabeth (London St Clement Danes 1822-a1890 London Fulham)

Title Parts

[] Laudate Dominum. Anthem. 1863
music Charles James Beale (1819-1882)

[] The sister isle. Song
words and music Charles Beale, piano forte accompaniment by Sigr Lanza
pub Charles Beale, London c1850

[] Sir Roger de Coverly, and 7 other royal country dances. Piano
arranged on popular airs by Charles Beale
pub Hart & Co., London 1883/1903
[] 1 - Sir Roger de Coverly
[] 2 - The girl I left behind me
[] 3 - The miller of the dee
[] 4 - My love she's but a lassie yet
[] 5 - Here's to the maiden
[] 6 - If the heart of a man
[] 7 - Money musk
[] 8 - Bonnie Dundee
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