Amphlett, Ernest 24.mar.1864-27.jun.1945 England Staffordshire, West Bromwich - Wednesbury
organist, pianist, professor of music, conductor, not identified as composer, 1881 residing with his parents at 247 Spon Lane in Wednesbury and pupil at a Teachers Building School, 1891-1911 as organist and teacher of voice and piano residing at 21 Pritchard Street in Wednesbury, 8.dec.1903 initiated at St Bartholomew Lodge Wednesbury, 31.mar.1905 conducted the Hednesford and District Choral Society in 'a highly-creditable performance' of Mendelssohn's Elijah at the Drill Hall in Hednesford, 5.apr.1905 conducted the Choral and Orchestral Society in 'an excellent performance' of Smart's cantata The Bride of Dunkerron, Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance march and Grieg's Peer Gynt suite at Town Hall in Wednesbury, until 1907 organist of St John's Church, 11.apr.1907 he was centenced to 15 months imprisonment for supplying noxious drugs to his young pupil Miss Kate Scott, 1907-1910 conductor of the Wednesbury Choral Society, 1917-1925 conductor of the Wednesbury Ladies' Choir and the Hednesford Philharmonic Society, 1921 conductor of the District Ladies and Gleemen, 1926-1931 teacher voice and piano at Sedgley Terrace Walsall Street advertizing as 'the voice expert' which was widely confirmed, 1939-1945 teacher voice and piano at 1 Kendrick Street in Wednesbury ; son of confectioner Theophilus Amphlett (Wednesbury 1831-1898 West Bromwich) and Kezia Tench (Worcestershire 1829-1904 West Bromwich) ; 1889 in West Bromwich he married Sarah Eliza Goldsmith (London Kensington 7.may.1865-19.feb.1943 Stafford)

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no compositions found by Ernest Amphlett, although he probably composed
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