Bartlett, Walter Edward 21.may.1860-2.mar.1917 England Gloucestershire, Oddington - Surrey, Redhill
organist, professor of music, 26.aug.1860 baptized in Oddington, 1880 AMus from Trinity College London, 1880-1890 as professor of music residing in Reigate Surrey, until 1902 organist of Redhill Congregational Church, 1900-1917 as private teacher of music residing at 33 London Road in Redhill, he died at Reigate and Redhill Hospital in Redhill and 7.mar.1917 buried there at St Mary ; son of organist John Bartlett (Gloucestershire, Cheltenham 1832-) and Eliza Builder (Gloucestershire, Upton 1.sep.1828-) ; 15.apr.1884 at St Matthew in Cheltenham he married Emily Jane nee Bartlett (Cheltenham bap.8.feb.1861-29.oct.1940 Redhill)

Title Parts

[] Gavotte in C, for the pianoforte
pub Weekes & Co., London 1882

[] The Stanley march, for the pianoforte
pub A. Wood, Redhill 1889

[] Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in D for boys' or ladies' voices
pub Weekes & Co., London 1916

[] A Christmas Carmen. Anthem
words J. G. Whittier
pub Weekes & Co., London 1917

[] The Cathedral Voluntaries, for the organ, harmonium and american organ
including voluntaries by Ernest W. Barnard, Walter Edward Bartlett, Karl Bergmann, Charles Bradley, Ernest A. Dicks, Henry Fisher, Astley Langston, Frank Lewis Moir, J. Herbert Olding, Xavier Staub, Harry James Taylor, Felix Thorel, James Heber Trevor
pub Swan & Co., London 1902

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