Barton, Marmaduke Miller 29.dec.1865-24.jul.1938 England, Manchester Cheetham - London Hammersmith
pianist, studied piano with John Francis Barnett and composition with Charles Stanford at the Royal College of Music, 1886 won the Hopkinson Gold Medal for piano playing, 1887 solo pianist in concert given by the Royal College of Music before Queen Victoria and her Jubilee guests at Windsor, 1888 traveling on a scholarship from the Royal College of Music in Germany, studied with Stavenhagen in Weimar, 1889 professor of piano at the Royal College of Music, 1891 debut at Crystal Palace Saturday Concerts, many recitals in London and provincial towns in England, 1910 professor of piano at Guildhall School of Music, examiner to Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music and Royal College of Music, examiner to the Cape University South Africa, 1917 residing at 49 Barton Street in London Kensington, he died at West London Hospital Hammersmith while residing at 26 Courtfield Gardens in Kensington ; son of Rev. Samuel Saxon Barton (Cheshire, Stockport 1821-1934 Leeds) and Mary Moffatt (Durham, South Shields 1827-) ; 1891 he married Anna Maria Russell (Ireland, Limerick 20.jan.1863-21.mar.1940 London Hampstead)

Title Parts

[] Till morning light. Lullaby
words A. M. Barton
pub S. Lucas & Son, London 1901

[] Mass in A. Solo quartet and unaccompanied chorus, for use in Advent or Lent
pub Novello & Co., London 1901

[] Revery. Piano
pub Enoch & Sons, London 1921

[] Scherzo-intermezzo for pianoforte
pub Augener, London 1923

[] The adventure
poem by Susan L. Mitchell
pub Paterson's Publications, Glasgow & London 1929

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