Bailey, Charles Morton 15.jul.1866-2.jul.1945 England Staffordshire, Walsall - Wales Denbighshire, Colwyn Bay
organist, 1.sep.1866 baptized at St John in Walsall, studied organ with Edwin John Crow at Ripon Cathedral, BM from Durham University, 1889 organist of St Catherine's in Wigan Lancashire, 1890-1906 of St Mark's in Wrexham, 1906-1914 of Llangollen Parish Church and conductor of the Amateur Operatic Society, 1914-1943 organist/choirmaster of St Paul's in Colwyn Bay, 1945 residing at Leighcroft Rivieres Avenue Colwyn Bay ; son of schoolmaster and professor of music Charles Bailey (Warwickshire, Atherstone 2.apr.1843-) and Harriet Morton (Birmingham 1844-) ; 23.mar.1892 at St Catherine in Wigan he married Margaret Anne Jackson (Wigan 16.nov.1867-)

Title Parts

[] Short organ pieces
pub E. Donajowski, London 1890

[] Six Introductory voluntaries for the organ. op5
pub E. Donajowski, London 1892

[] Magnificat & Nunc dimittis in G
pub Novello, Ewer and Co., London & New York 1895

[] A Collection of organ pieces
pub C. M. Bailey, Wrexham 1895

[] Benedicite, omnia opera, set to music in chant form
pub C. Vincent, London 1899

[] Sylvia. Graceful study for the pianoforte
pub E. Donajowski, London 1902

[] Six organ pieces. Organ
pub J. H. Larway, London 1908
[] 1 - Fantasia
[] 2 - Short prelude and fugue
[] 3 - Prelude
[] 4 - Fugue
[] 5 - Meditation
[] 6 - Andante grazioso
[] Scales and Arpeggios. English and continental fingering, for piano
dedicated to Dr. J. C. Bridge, organist of Chester Cathedral

[] La Gloriette. Valse pour le piano
music Charles Bailey - ? Charles Morton Bailey
pub Morrice Music Publishing Co., London 1912

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