Antcliffe, Herbert 30.jul.1875-11.dec.1964 England Yorkshire, Sheffield - Sussex, St Leonards-on-Sea
organist, musicologist, studied composition with his uncle Thomas Worsley Staniforth and organ with Thomas William Hanforth, 1895 music critic for the Sheffield Daily Telegraph, 1911 music teacher and journalist residing at 136 Crookesmoor Road Sheffield, 1916-1925 residing with Helena at 18 Holdenhurst Avenue London and music critic for The Evening Standard, 1925-1948 residing in Den Haag Netherlands, 1925 correspondent in The Netherlands for The Daily Mail, jan.1939-1940 and 1946-1948 president Foreign Press Association Netherlands, which was prevented by German pressure during the war, 1947 residing with Helena at Whitehall Court London, 1949-1964 residing in St Leonards-on-Sea, 1950 as journalist at 2 Warrior Gardens ; son of Herbert Antcliffe (Derbyshire, Eckington 1848-) and Cordelia (Sheffield 1850-) ; 1915 in Sheffield he married Helena Wilhelmina Marie Borsboom (Den Haag 10.feb.1877-)

Title Parts

[] Short and easy postlude. Organ
no.97 in the Anglican Organist Book VII, Vincent Music Co., London 1896

[] Benedictus qui venit and Agnus Dei in A
pub Vincent Music Co., London 1901

[] A song for the spinning wheel. Four-part song
words W. Wordsworth
pub Bayley & Ferguson, London, Glasgow 1914

[] Ave verum corpus. Anthem
pub G. Schirmer, New York, Boston 1920

[] A home song. SSA chorus a capella
words Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
pub Joseph Williams, London 1930

[] Sceptre and crown. Part song for S. S. C.
words James Shirley (1596-1666)
pub Bayley & Ferguson, London, Glasgow 1931

[] Blow, blow, thou winter wind. Part song for S. S. C.
words William Shakespeare
pub Bayley & Ferguson, London, Glasgow 1931

[] A drum tune. Orchestra with 8 timpani and other percussion. England 1952
[] Aubade. Chamber orchestra. Netherlands
[] Friesland fantasy. Orchestra. Netherlands
[] Bargue enchantee
words Kitty de Josselin de Jong

[] Psalmus 122 "Incontinent que j'eu oui". 4 Vocum inaequalium. Mixed choir and piano
music Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, words Theodore de Beze, english translation Herbert Antcliffe, dutch translation Johanna de Geus, edited by R. Lagas
pub Editio Musico, Den Haag 1954

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