Anderson, Marguerite 18??-19?? USA ?, ? - ?, ?
pianist, conductor, 1895-1901 as single musician residing in New York City, 8.may.1896 she played piano at a season gathering of the West End Republican Club's Woman's Auxiliary at the Endicott Hotel in New York, 20.apr.1897 she played piano on a celebration of the Battle of Lexington by The Daughters of 1781-1815 at West 51st Street New York, 21.aug.1897 she took part in a sacred musical in the ballroom of Hotel Brighton at Long Branch New Jersey, 14.apr.1901 Miss Marguerite Anderson opened the musical program with a piano solo at the Easter Festival of the Little Mothers at Webster Hall East 11th Street New York

Title Parts

[] O! What a sensation. Song and chorus (and piano)
words Charles Milton
pub Cruger Bros., New York, NY 1895

[] The McKinley waltzes. Orchestra
dedication : Mrs. William McKinley (President of the West End Woman's Republican Association)
performed by the West End Orchestra conducted by the composer Miss Marguerite Anderson at Hotel Endicott, 102 West 82nd Street, New York 12mar1897

[] The white heather. Waltz. Piano
copyright Marguerite Anderson, New York
pub Carl Fischer, New York 31dec1897

[] The white heather. Waltz. Orchestra
copyright piano version Marguerite Anderson, New York 8jan1898
arr for orchestra Theo M. Tobani
published and copyright orchestra arrangement Carl Fischer, New York 3jan1898

[] Julia Arthur. Two-step. Piano
published and copyright Carl Fischer, New York 29jan1898

[] Julia Arthur. Two-step. Salon orchestra
music Marguerite Anderson, arr for salon orchestra Gustav Saenger
published and copyright Carl Fischer, New York 23feb1898

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