Adger, Julian Francis 6.oct.1876-16.dec.1954 USA Pennsylvania, Philadelphia - NY, New York Brooklyn
organist, choirmaster, of african descent, studied organ with Minton Pyne, John W Pomner Jr. and David D Wood, boy choir training with Henry S Fry, before 1915 organist/choirmaster of St Augustine Protestant Episcopal Chapel and Crucifixion Protestant Episcopal Church in Philadelphia, of St Phillip's Church in New York, organist of St James Protestant Episcopal Church in Milwaukee Wisconsin and of St Simon the Cyrenene, St Thomas Church, Germantown St Barnabas Protestant Episcopal Church in Philadelphia, 1918 organist and teacher of organ in Philadelphia, member of American Organ Players Club, Music Teachers' Assosiation, American Federation of Musicians, Cornucopia Band, 1918 residing at 1506 Christian Street in Philadelphia, 1935-1940 unable to work residing with his wife at 246 Manhattan Avenue in New York City, before 1953 they moved to Brooklyn ; son of Robert Mara Adger (Charleston apr.1838-8.jun.1910 Philadelphia) and Lucy A Davidson (Richmond oct.1846-16.feb.1906 Philadelphia) ; 18.oct.1905 in Pittsburgh he married Loretta M V Scott (NJ, Atlantic City 24.aug.1884-12.jan.1953 Brooklyn)

Title Parts

[] Evening Service in E. bef 1918
[] (titles unknown). Hymns for the Episcopal Church. bef 1918
[] (titles unknown). Part-songs for men's voices. bef 1918
[] God of our fathers. Hymn
words Rudyard Kipling
pub Julian F. Adger, New York City 9sep1944

[] Jesus came, the heav'ns adoring. Hymn
words Godfrey Thring
pub Julian F. Adger 15oct1952

[] Show us Thy way O God. Hymn
words John Haynes Holmes
pub Julian F. Adger 12feb1953

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