Ascherberg, Eugen (Eugene) 1843-28.may.1908 Germany, Dresden - England, London Hampstead
15.jan.1867 as merchant he arrived from London at Melbourne Australia, 9.dec.1872 as merchant he initiated at the freemason Lodge of Australia Felix in Melbourne, 15.nov.1873 arrived at Melbourne, 1877-1979 with J C W Nicholson piano and music sellers as Nicholson & Ascherberg at 317 George Street in Sydney Australia, 1879 piano importer and by 1890 music publisher E. Asherberg & Co. in London, 1881 as piano importer residing in London, 1898 music publisher at 46 Berners Street, 1891 as music publisher residing with wife, 3 children, governess, nurse, housemaid and cook at 16 Kilburn Priory in Hampstead, 1900-1908 residing with wife, 3 children, housemaid, parlor maid and cook at 61 Priory Road in Kilburn Hampstead, 1902 merged as Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 1908 at 16 Mortimer Street ; 1881 in London Kensington he married Fanny Flatau (London Whitechapel 27.mar.1858-24.may.1942 London) ; son Alfred Stanley (London Hampstead 1890-10.feb.1965 London) continued the music publishing

Title Parts

[] Wolle keiner mich fragen. Voice and piano
pub Hoffarth, Dresden Germany 1867
pub (as Until this heart shall break) Nicholson & Ascherberg, Sydney Australia 1879

[] Fruhlingsliebe "O herz du musst dich fassen". Voice and piano
pub Hoffarth, Dresden Germany 1873

[] Linger longer Loo. Schottische. Voice and piano
music Sidney Jones
by Rehrig/Bierley 1991 erroneously attributed to E. Ascherberg
pub E. Ascherberg & Co., London 1894

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