Alling, Willis Howard 19.nov.1875-17.oct.1963 USA Connecticut, New Haven - NY, New York
organist, conductor, educated at Hillhouse High School in New Haven and Sheffield Scientific School, 1895 studied music at Yale University, studied organ with Samuel P Warren, piano with Samuel S Sanford, theory with Horatio W Parker, organist and choirmaster of several large churches in New Haven, 1899 organist of St Mark's-in-the-Bouwerie in New York, 1912 general director of music in the parish of St Mark's-in-the-Bouwerie, operatic coach and accompanist to prominent singers including members of Metropolitan Opera Company, member of The Bohemians in New York, 1918 studio at 234 East 11th Street and residing at 151 West 105th Street in New York, 1930-1940 teacher of music in New York ; son of surgeon Willis George Alling (Connecticut, Woodbridge 7.apr.1837-2.may.1930 West Haven) and Gertrude Bartholomew (Connecticut, Bristol 22.dec.1840-26.oct.1939 New Haven) ; 18.apr.1899 in New Haven he married Sarah S Goodwin (Connecticut, Cheshire 1877-1952 Hartford)

Title Parts

[] When love is done. Song for contralto or baritone and piano
dedication: Dedicated to and sung by Katherine Bloodgood
pub Oliver Ditson Company, Boston & New York 1897

[] We would see Jesus. Anthem. Mixed choir and organ or piano
pub G. Schirmer, New York 1899

[] Thou and I. Song
poem by S. Lanier
pub W. Maxwell Music Co., New York 1902

[] The soul's desire. Song
poem by R. D. Saunders
pub W. Maxwell Music Co., New York 1902

[] Love's magic. Moderato e semplice, A flat. Song
poem by Augustus Thomas
pub M. Witmark & Sons, New York 1913

2019-01-01 00:00:00