Bennett, Howard Stephen 15.jul.1873-2.may.1956 (Variety obit) USA NY Chenango, Sherburne - Schenectady
cellist, 1880 residing in Sherburne Chenango NY, [? 1900 studied at Cornell University in Ithaca NY], 1900-1910 as orchestra musician residing at the home of his parents in Niskayuna Schenectady NY, 1906 residing at 218 West 40 Street New York City, 30.dec.1906 returned from a visit to Italy, 15.jan.1914 at a Schenectady Golf Club concert he played cello in several of his own compositions accompanied by J Burt Curley on piano, 1917-1930 music gave way to his success as building contractor in Schenectady, 1930-1950 residing in Schenectady Scotia suburb, 13.jan.1942 he patented a Combined Radio and Phonograph Cabinet ; son of stone mason Dubois Bennett (NY, Guilford jan.1841-a1920 Schenectady) and Mary E (NY oct.1840-a1920 Schenectady) ; 1897 he married Hattie Florilla Chase (NY, Edmeston 26.apr.1871-1900 Schenectady) ; between 1910-1917 he married Lillian Donnelly (NY, Troy 1886-11.jan.1940 Schenectady Scotia)

Title Parts


[] This is the hour. Song
words H. R. Follet
pub Oliver Dirson Co., Boston 1900

[] The Cornell crew. Band
pub C. L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa Iowa 1900

[] The Ensign march. Band
pub C. L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa Iowa 1900

[] Love's reverie. Waltzes. Band
pub C. L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa Iowa 1902

[] Absence. Medium voice and piano
pub G. Schirmer, New York 1902

[] Slumber song. Medium voice and piano
pub G. Schirmer, New York 1902

[] Before you came. Song
words E. Madden
pub M. Witmark & Sons 1903

[] In Rosetime. Waltz song
words S. Benard
pub William Maxwell Music Co. 1904

[] Sweetheart, tell me! Song
words Carle H. Waltner
pub M. Witmark & Sons 1904

[] Parted. Song
words C. Y. Glen
pub William Maxwell Music Co. 1906

[] Your eyes, so dear. Song. Voice and piano
words L. Stanfield
also for Violin, cello, cornet or trombone solo with piano or orchestral accompaniment
pub William Maxwell Music Co. 1906

[] Mizpah. Song. Voice and piano
words J. A. Baker
pub G. Schirmer, New York 1908

[] Unless. Song. Voice and piano
words Elizabeth Barrett Browning
pub G. Schirmer, New York 1908

[] Marche militaire
music Harry Rowe Shelley (Connecticut 1858-1947), arr for military band Howard Bennett 1933

[] Bagatelle. Valse lente. 17sep1941
song by Howard S. Bennett of Schenectady New York

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