Anderson, Robert Brown 31.may.1910-9.mar.2001 England Durham, Sunderland - London Wimbledon
organist, choirmaster, bank officer, born and until 1934 residing at 223 Chester Road, studied music with Robert Francis Jarman at Bede Collegiate Boys School in Sunderland, 1926 awarded the distinction in music Oxford School Certificate, organist/choirmaster of St Peter's Presbyterian Church in Sunderland, 1936 residing at 15 St Gabriels Avenue in Sunderland, 1938-1957 organist/choirmaster of Trinity Presbyterian Church and 1938-1962 accompanist of the Wimbledon Choral Society, 1948-1976 residing at 37 Wilton Crescent in Wimbledon, 1958 organist/choirmaster of St Mark's church in London, 1961 of Southfields Methodist Central Hall, 1962 conductor of United Choirs of South-West London, conductor of the Wilton Orchestra in Wimbledon, 2001 died at Rosemary Lodge Care Home 9 The Drive in Wimbledon while residing at 37 Wilton Crescent ; son of chemist Robert Anderson (Scotland, Oldmeldrum 1867-) and postmaster Emily Carter (Durham, Hartlepool 1874-1945 Sunderland) ; 1941 in Surrey he married Jean Mcnaughton

Title Parts

[] No coward soul is mine. Choir
words Emily Bronte

[] O Saviour, where shall guilty man. Anthem. Baritone and choir
[] The Lord is my shepherd. Anthem
[] When all the world is young lad. Song
words Charles Kingsley (1819-1875)

[] The splendour falls on castle walls. Part-song
words Alfred Tennyson (1809-1892)

[] My soul, there is a country
words Henry Vaughan (1622-1695)

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