Abram, John Harold 25.jun.1877-23.dec.1900 England Sussex, St Leonards on Sea - Hastings
pianist, organist, conductor, born and 1881 residing with his parents, sister and 2 servants at 37 Church Road in Hastings, 1890 for 5 years boarding pupil and chorister under George Martin at St Paul's Cathedral, studied organ with Dr. Frank Bates at Norwich Cathedral and with William Stevenson Hoyte at All Saints Margaret Street London, he had to give up study when he became ill with diabetes, in Hastings he helped his father at All Saints Church as organist and at the Hastings Pier promenade concert seasons as pianist and conductor, 1.sep.1900 was his last known appearance ; son of composer John Abram and Ann Pierce (Margate 1836-1921 Hastings) ; brother of composer Annie G Abram

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[] L'Avance, l'attaque. March. Orchestra
performed by the Hastings Pier Orchestra at Hastings Pier, Hastings 10aug1900

[] Swanee River. Barn dance. Septet / Orchestra
in The Orpheus Orchestral Journal
pub Orpheus Music Publishing, London
performed by the Hastings Pier Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Abram (his father) and the encore conducted by Harold Abram at Hastings Pier, Hastings 1sep1900

[] Waltz. Orchestra
pub Orpheus Music Publishing, London

[] The sea side belle barn dance. Piano
pub W. Paxton & Co., London
pub E. W. Cole, Melbourne

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