App, William 'Will' Herman 29.dec.1867-1.apr.1947 USA Kentucky, Louisville - Louisville
not a professional musician or composer, 1890 as mattressmaker for Albin Co. residing with his parents at 1623 West Walnut Street in Louisville, 28.mar.1890 he and his sister dancing school teacher Miss Rosa App escaped but were injured when a tornado completely destructed the Falls City Hall where 44 people were killed and many more seriously injured, 25.apr.1890 his opera Vedah was announced and described in the Courier-Journal Louisville, 1900 as teacher residing with wife, daughter and son at the home of his widowed mother at 739 Sixth Street in Louisville, 1910 as repairman residing with wife, daughter and 3 sons at 33d Street, 1920 as retailer residing with wife, daughter and 3 sons at 626 West 26th Street ; son of machinist Herman App (Indiana 1840-1888/1898 Louisville) and Josephine M Lambert (Louisville 14.feb.1848-25.sep.1933 Louisville) ; 21.aug.1895 in Louisville he married Elizabeth A Palmer (Louisville 31.jul.1871-8.nov.1941 Louisville)

Title Parts

[] Vedah, or, The rovers of the Nile. A comic Egyptian opera in 3 acts
libretto A. H. Mudd, music Will App
copyright Alice Hawthorne Mudd, Louisville 28apr1890

[] The Swiss lover's farewell duet
music Will App
pub National Music Co., Chicago

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