Woodall, Arthur 30.nov.1873-24.mar.1952 England Staffordshire, Tipton - Brierley Hill
pianist, organist, choral conductor, 1881 residing with his parents at 2 Lower Green in Tipton, 1891 as ironworker residing with his parents at 30 High Street in Tipton, 1901 as professor of music residing with his parents at 28 Dudley Road in Brierley Hill, April 1903 on piano he accompanied flutist Edward de Jong at a concert by the newly founded Stourbridge Clef Club, 1910-1952 residing at Park Villas 50 Talbot Street in Brierley Hill, 1910 conductor of the Brockmoor Male Choir with which he was winner at the Blackpool Music Festival 1911 and among the winners at the Midland Musical Competition Festival 14/18.may.1912 in Birmingham, 1935 organist of Pensnett Dudley parish church near Brierley Hill, 1935 piano accompanist of the Chamber Music Society in Stourbridge, also active as music teacher in Brierley Hill, it seems that only flutist Edward de Jong (Netherlands, Deventer 1.mar.1837-19.nov.1920 England, Isle of Man while residing in Southport) could inspire him to compose: his only known two compositions were dedicated to him ; son of hammerman Joseph Woodall (Worcestershire, Netherton 1846-) and Sarah Ann Ingram (Staffordshire, Tipton Great Bridge 29.jul.1846-) who married 1869 in West Bromwich ; 1903 in Dudley he married Annie Taylor (Tipton 1869-17.oct.1957 Brierley Hill) ; daughter Margaret (Brierley Hill 1907-), son William Arthur (Brierley Hill 20.jan.1908-29.apr.1964 Brierley Hill)

[by a record company erroneously named Albert Woodall]

Title Parts

Serenade. Flute and piano
edited by flutist Edward de Jong, published in the "Flute Players Journal" by Rudall, Carte & Co., London and Dublin 1907
edited as thesis/dissertation by flutist Rien de Reede (Netherlands, Leiden 2mar1946-), published by Broekmans en van Poppel, Amsterdam, Netherlands 1992
Emily Beynon, Andrew West

[] Berceuse. Flute and piano
published in "Leaflets. A Journal of Music" by Rudall, Carte & Co., London and Dublin 1910

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