Alderson, Montague Frederick 20.jul.1869-14.jul.1962 England Northamptonshire, Holdenby - Wiltshire, Salisbury
organist, reverend, born at the rectory of Holdenby with governess, butler, cook, laundress, nurse, nursemaid and housemaid, BM from Oxford University, 1881 studied music with Frederick Arthur Gore Ouseley at St Michael's College in Tenbury , studied with George Benjamin Arnold and Charles Harford Lloyd, 1930 sub-warden of St Michael's College in Tenbury, clubmember of Athenaeum, 1936 residing at Bemerton Rectory in Salisbury Wiltshire, 1962 canon, clerk and baron of Salisbury Cathedral ; son of rector of Holdenby reverend Frederick Cecil Alderson (London Westminster 20.apr.1836-3.dec.1907 Peterborough Northamptonshire) and Katherine Gladys Guest (Dowlais Wales 26.feb.1837-5.dec.1926 Salisbury) ; he never married

Title Parts

[] Te Deum laudamus, in chant form
pub Novello, Ewer & Co., London & New York 1894

[] Benedicite, omnia opera in D
pub Novello, Ewer & Co., London & New York 1897

[] Rend your heart. Anthem
pub Novello & Co., London 1899

[] O ye that love the Lord. Psalm 97 v.10. Anthem. Mixed choir
from a manuscript in the library of St Michael's College Tenbury
music Frederick Arthur Gore Ouseley, transcribed by Montague Frederick Alderson
pub Novello & Co., London 1953

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