Liddle, Samuel 6.mar.1867-22.nov.1951 England, Leeds Armley - London Hampstead
pianist, 22.apr.1867 baptized at St Peter in Leeds, 1880 living with his parents at 4 Temple View Terrace in Leeds, at an early age church organist in Leeds, 1885-1888 studied with Charles Villiers Stanford at the Royal College of Music in Cambridge, 1890 settled in London as concert pianist with singers like Clara Butt, Ada Crossley, Harry Plunket Greene and cellist William Henry Squire, 1902, 1904, 1906 and 1912 he gave concerts in Doncaster, 1937-1951 he resided at 30 Parkhill Road London Hampstead and died at Walden Nursing Home Fitzjohns Avenue ; son of schoolmaster William Liddle (Leeds 1840-14.sep.1904 Leeds) and Maria Allen (Leeds 22.mar.1844-1895 Leeds) ; 1893 in London Kensington he married Christabel Ann Culverwell (Bristol Clifton 1871-22.dec.1951 London Hampstead)

Title Parts

[L] The garden where the praties (potatoes) grow. Tenor and 2 pianos
folksong arrangement
John McCormack, Edwin Schneider, Gerald Moore. r1931

[] Sonata in E flat. Cello and piano. 1889
Simon Fryer, Leslie De'Ath. Centaur Records 3216
[] 1 - Allegro moderato
[] 2 - Scherzo. Allegro, tranquillo, allegro
[] 3 - Adagio cantabile
[] 4 - Rondo. Allegro con spirito
[] Elegy. Cello and piano
[] Song without words. Cello and piano
[] Nocturne. Violin and piano
[] Romance. Violin and piano
[] Three sketches. Piano
[] A Birthday
[] A Country, cradle song
[] A Farewell. Song
[] A little longer (in E flat)
[] A Love, melody
[] Abide with me. Song
also published for Piano with organ acc. ad lib ; Orchestra ad lib ; Full band

[] Album of seven old english lyrics. Song
[] An old sacred lullaby (english & german)
[] Arabic love song. Song
[] At last. Song with organ
[] At parting
[] Begone! carking care
[] Calling me
[] Child musician
[] Dove said "Give us peace"
[] Easter-Tide
[] Eight Christina Rossetti poems
[] Evening sea
[] Fierce raged the tempest. Song with organ
[] Friar John
[] Gay Gordons. Song
[] He and She
[] Holy innocents
[] Home song. Song
[] Hope of the ages. Song with organ
[] How lovely are Thy dwellings. Song
[] I love thee, Life
[] If love might keep thee young (in D, E flat & F)
[] In dulci jubilo
[] Like as the hart. Song
[] Little boy blue
[] Love of a friend. Duet
[] 2 Love songs (Love hath echoes ; Love's philosophy)
[] Love's evensong
[] Lovely kind and kindly loving. Song
[] Mermaid. Cantata
[] Moth and the maiden
[] My Lute. Song
[] Now is the month of maying. Duet
[] Oh, doubting heart. (Organ ad lib)
[] Pilgrims of the night. Piano ; Cornet and piano ; Full band ; Orchestra ; Organ ad lib
[] Salome
[] Sei du mein hort! schon dammert abendruh'
[] Since thou, O fondest
[] Song of good courage. (Organ ad lib)
[] Song of the river
[] Sylvia May
[] The Lord is my shepherd. Song
[] The young royalist. Song
[] Thou art my life
[] Thy will be done
[] Were my hart
[] What care I ?
[] When rest is mine
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