Slinn, Edgar Beck 2.jan.1879-27.sep.1936 England Derbyshire, Calver - Scotland, Aberdeen
organist, used his given name Beck as a surname, Queen Victoria scholar and gold and silver medallist at Trinity College London, BM from Durham University, 1909 residing at 102 Anerley Park in London Dulwich, 1910 manufacturer and editor of music rolls for pianolas, 1934 organist/choirmaster of West Church of St Nicholas in Aberdeen where he resided at 31 Laurelwood Avenue ; son of traveling coal agent Abraham Slinn (Derbyshire, Hathersage 15.may.1853-) and Elizabeth Ann Beck (Yorkshire, Skipton 1851-) ; 1907 in London Croydon he married contralto Edith Elizabeth 'Dora' Withecombe (Plymouth 1879-)

Title Parts

[] When I am dead, my dearest. Voice and piano. 1905
words Christina Georgina Rossetti. p1862

[] The lesbian maid. Voice and piano
pub Augener 1910

[] Two caprices. Piano. 1912. op12
[] Intermezzo. Piano. 1926. op36
[] Among the hills. Piano. 1927. op40
[] The lost sixpence. Choir. 1934
[] Merry are the bells. 2vv Choir. 1938
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