Peel, Gerald Graham 9.aug.1878-16.oct.1937 England, Manchester Prestwich - Dorset, Bournemouth
17.sep.1878 baptized at St Mary in Prestwich Manchester, 1880 residing with two housemaids, kitchenmaid, two nursemaids, parlor maid, cook and his parents at 32/33 Collar House in Prestbury near Macclesfield, he studied at Harrow College and Oxford University, 1910 he was musician by profession and inherited a huge amount of money and property upon his fathers death, at time of his own death residing at his fathers house Marden Ash 25 Bath Road in Bournemouth and leaving four times the amount of money he inherited from his father ; son of merchant with Egypt and BA of Oxford Gerald Peel (Lancashire, Swinton 3.oct.1847-24.nov.1910 Bournemouth, at Marden Ash 25 Bath Road) and Elizabeth Graham (London Regents Park 1847-1927 Bournemouth) ; he never married

[Rosner/Frank 1974 gives erroneously born 9.aug.1877]

Title Parts

The early morning, song from "The country lover". Soprano and piano
words Hilaire Belloc
pub Chappell & Co., London 1910

[] I will make you brooches. Romance
words Robert Louis Stevenson
pub Forsyth Bros., London 1904

[] A prelude in G major, Allegro moderato, for pianoforte
pub Boosey & Co., London / New York 1905

[] Over the sea to Skye "Sing me a song of a lad that is gone". Song
words Robert Louis Stevenson
pub Paterson & Sons, London / Edinburgh 1905

[] Requiem and Bright is the ring of words, two short songs
words Robert Louis Stevenson
pub Boosey & Co., London 1907

[] Sorrow and spring. Song
words St John Welles Lucas
pub Boosey & Co., New York 1907

[] In the highlands. Song
words Robert Louis Stevenson (from Songs of travel)
pub Boosey, London 1909

[] The country-lover. Album of five songs
pub Chappell & Co., London 1910
[] 1 - The little waves of Breffny. words E. Gore-Booth
[] 2 - April. words W. Watson
[] 3 - The Lake Isle of Innisfree. words W. B. Yeats
[] 4 - The early morning. words H. Belloc
[] 5 - Wonder-Thirst. words G. Gould
[] In summertime on Bredon. Song
words A. E. Housman
pub Chappell, London 1911

[] Wind of the western sea. Song
words Baron Alfred Tennyson
pub Chappell, London 1911

[] Gipsies. Song
words Will H. Ogilvie
pub Chappell & Co., London 1913

[] Oh, like a queen's her happy tread
words William Watson
pub Chappell, London / New York 1917

[] Come, friend. Song
words John Martin
pub Chappell & Co., London 1921

[] Summer highland days. Song
words John Martin
pub Chappell & Co., London 1924

[] Spring song
pub Boosey & Co., London

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