Buckley, Olivia Justinia Francisca Dussek (fem) 20.sep.1800-nov.1847 England, London - London Kensington
pianist, harpist, organist, 1.apr.1803 baptized as Olivia Justinia in London Westminster but at death registered as Olivia Francisca, studied music with her mother, 1808 debuted at the Argyle Rooms London, April 1840 appointed organist of the Kensington parish church which post she held until 1845 ; daughter of pianist/composer Jan Ladislav Dussek and singer/pianist/harpist/composer Sophia Corri Dussek (Edinburgh 1.may.1775-a1828 London) ; 26.jul.1824 at St Marylebone London Westminster she married William Buckley (1800-)

[remark: although Jan Ladislav was registered as the legal father for all of Sophia's children, it is very unlikely he was the natural father of any of them because the couple did not have any child during the 8 years they were together, the first child was born about a year after he had fled England in 1799]

Title Parts


[] Field daisy
pub as Olivia D. Buckley by G. W. Brainard & Co., Chicago

[] God save the king. Rondo. Harp
pub Chappell & Co. Ltd., London

[] St Patrick's day. Rondo. Harp
pub Chappell & Co. Ltd., London

[] Scots, wha hae wi' Wallace bled. Rondo. Harp
pub Chappell & Co. Ltd., London

[] Fragments of sacred song (Ruth, St Luke and Solomon). 1845
[] The sacred musical volume, or Sabbath recreation. 1845
[] Fairy songs and ballads for the young. Book I and II. 1846
[] Aesop's fables. 1847
[] The Harpist's friend. A series of popular melodies. Harp
published as O. B. Dussek by Edwin Ashdown Ltd., London
[] 1 - Merch Megan
[] 2 - The rising of the lark
[] 3 - March of the men of Harlech
[] 4 - Lilla's a lady
[] 5 - Savourneen deelish
[] 6 - La rosa waltz
[] 7 - She wore a wreath of roses
[] 8 - The last rose of summer
[] 9 - Home, sweet home
[] 10 - The heart bow'd down
[] 11 - What are the wild waves saying?
[] 12 - Within a mile of Edinboro' town
[] 13 - By the sad sea waves
[] 14 - The harp that once through
[] 15 - Isle of beauty
[] 16 - The lass of Richmond Hill
[] 17 - The maid of Llangollen
[] 18 - My lodging is on the cold ground
[] 10 - Oft in the stilly night
[] 20 - Robin Adair
[] 21 - Rose softly blooming
[] 22 - The wearing of the green
[] 23 - Oh! dear, what can the matter be
[] 24 - I dreamt I dwelt in marble halls
[] 25 - Roussean's dream
[] 26 - The blue bells of Scotland
[] writing: Musical Truths. published 1843
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