Baden Powell, James 3.dec.1842-6.apr.1931 England Kent, Speldhurst - Sussex, Crowborough
priest, 1864 BA and 1869 MA from Exeter College Oxford, 1881 curate of St Andrew's in London Marylebone, 1901 he published Choralia, a handy book for parochial precentors and choirmasters ; son of MD Exeter College Henry Powell (London Hackney 6.mar.1809-18.may.1867 Brighton) and Mary Sophia Watson (London 1816-28.nov.1901 Crowborough)

Title Parts

[] Two ballads. Voice and piano
words Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
pub Simpson & Co., London 1877
[] 1 - Ilka blade o' grass
[] 2 - Whither
[] Two ballads. Voice and piano
pub Simpson & Co., London 1879
[] 1 - The soldier's mother
[] 2 - Norah's treasure
[] Over the sea. Canzonet. Voice and piano
inscribed to, and sung by Mr. Reginald Groome
words H. Knight
pub Novello, Ewer & Co., London 1883

[] Litany of the incarnate word. Tenor, mixed choir and organ
pub Novello, London 1886

[] A service for Easter eve
edited by Rev. James Baden Powell
pub J. Masters & Co., London 1887

[] O Jesu! victim blest. Anthem. 2 Sopranos, tenor, choir and organ
words E. Caswall
pub Novello, London b1890

[] Music for the Marriage Service. Choir
pub Novello & Co.,  London 1895

[] Service of the Holy Communion "Requiem", as required for use at a Funeral or Memorial Service. Mixed choir
pub Novello and Co., London 1909

[] Agnus Dei. Mixed choir
adapted from Service of the Holy Communion
pub Novello and Co., London 1914

[] Knightsbridge. Hymn tune
sung to the hymn Friend of sinners, Lord of glory

[] Hail! festal day! "Salve! festa dies!", the old english processional proses for the feasts of Easter, with Lift high the cross! Mixed choir and organ
pub Novello, London

[] The Epiphany. Oratorio. Brighton 1891
words James Baden Powell, music Alfred King

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