Finck, Herman 4.nov.1872-21.apr.1939 England, London Lambeth - London Hampstead
violinist, pianist, conductor, 11.jul.1880 baptized as Herman van de Vinck at Saint John the Evangelist in London Lambeth while residing at 20 Tennison Street, 1891 studied at the Guildhall School of Music, 1892 violinist/pianist and 1900 conductor of Palace Theatre, 1919 of Queen's Theatre, 1922-1931 of Drury Lane Theatre Royal, 1909-1913 residing at 207 Adelaide Road Hampstead, 1914-1917 at 88 Priory Road Hampstead, 1918-1939 at 212 Finchley Road Hampstead
son of violinist Louis van de Vinck (Netherlands, Amsterdam 1837-) and Clara Davis (England, Westminster 1839-) ; 1902 in London Southwark he married Mabel Mary Harwood (Lambeth 1878-7.sep.1956 Marylebone) ; daughter Ada Dorothy van de Finck (16.nov.1902-)

[the dutch 'van de' was usually incorrectly given in german as 'von der']

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[L] In the shadows. Orchestra. 1910
one of the last numbers played on the Titanic
New London Orchestra / Ronald Corp. Hyperion 66968

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