Arthur, Alfred 8.oct.1844-20.nov.1918 USA Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh - Ohio, Lakewood
tenor, choral conductor, 1869 graduated in singing, flute, piano and cornet from the Boston School of Music Massachusetts, studied composition with Julius Eichberg at the New England Conservatory Boston, 1861 with his brothers Edwin and William member of the 23th Regiment Band at Camp Chase, 1861 teacher at Ohio Normal Academy in Ashland, 1868-1871 director of the Ashland Academy, founder and conductor 1873-1902 of the Cleveland Vocal Society, 1878-1890 of the Bach Society Woodland Avenue Church, 1890-1900 of the Sacred Music Society of the Pilgrim Church, 1885-1918 of the Cleveland School of Music ; 12.dec.1871 in Delaware Ohio he married Kate Burnham ; father of Alfred Franklin Arthur (Cleveland 12.jan.1876-21.apr.1938 Cleveland ; 1896 teacher and 1918 director of the Cleveland School of Music)

Title Parts

[] Romance. Violin
[] Memory's dream. Song
[] Song of the opal. Song
[] Tell it, silver throat. Song
[] The night has a thousand eyes. Song
[] Yesterday. Song
[] The water-carrier or The moor's legacy. Opera. Cleveland 1876
[] The roundheads and cavaliers. Opera. Cleveland 1878
[] Adeline. Opera. 1879
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