Phillips, Walter Alison 18.oct.1864-28.oct.1950 England Kent, Blackheath - Surrey, Barnes
historian, 22.feb.1865 baptized at St Mary in Lewisham, 1871-1881 residing with his widowed mother, 4 siblings, governess, housemaid and cook at Mounthill House on South Street in Epsom, 17.oct.1882 matriculated at Oxford University, 1886 BA in history, 1886 MA from St John's College Oxford University, 1886 president of the Oxford Union Society, 1901 as author/lecturer lodging in London Marylebone, 1906-1907 residing at 126 Savoy Court London, 1932-1937 residing at 51 St James Square in Kensington, 1939 residing at 2 St James's Gardens in Kensington, 1939 as retired professor of modern history boarding with his wife at Rogate Lodge in Horsham Sussex (with 5 servants), 1950 residing at 24 Bellevue Road in Barnes ; son of merchant John Phillips (Marylebone 1812-16.dec.1868 Epsom) and house property and invests agent Jane Atkins (London 1830-3.jan.1903 Surrey, Mitcham) ; 12.mar.1906 at St Clement Danes London he married translator/reviewer/publisher's reader Catherine Beatrice Sennett (Oxfordshire, Headington 29.jul.1884-)

Title Parts

[] Two songs for medium voice (and piano)
words translated from the mediaeval german of Walter von der Vogelweide
pub Forsyth Brothers, London c1899
ms Royal Academy of Music, London
[] 1 - The power of love
[] 2 - Love's prerogative
[] Der Konig Harald Harfagar (The great King Harald Harfagar). Ballade von Heinrich Heine mit begleitung des pianoforte
pub Forsyth Brothers, London c1899
ms Royal Academy of Music, London

music with words translated by Walter Alison Phillips :
[] The glorious hour (Glorreiche augenblick). Cantata for soli, chorus and orchestra. op136
music Ludwig van Beethoven, words Aloys Weissenbach, english version by W. Alison Phillips, vocal score by Carl Reinecke
pub Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig 1885

music with words translated by Catherine Beatrice Alison Phillips :
[] A history of the french people (Histoire sincere de la nation francaise)
music Charles Seignobos (France 10sep1854-), man of letters residing in Paris
words translated from the french by Catherine Alison Phillips
pub J. Cape, London 1933

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