Beale, Thomas Willert (pseud: Walter Maynard) 1828-3.oct.1894 England, London - London Surrey Gipsy Hill
impresario, lawyer, 16.jul.1829 baptized at St George Hanover Square Westminster, studied music with Edward Roeckel, George French Flowers and Cesare Pugni, 18.apr.1860 studied law and 1863 became barrister at Lincoln's Inn, organized music meetings at Chrystal Palace, co-founder of the New Philharmonic Society, at time of death residing at Pasqua 35 Victoria Road Gipsy Hill, 9.oct.1894 buried at Norwood Cemetery Lambeth ; son of Thomas Frederick Beale (Manchester 18.dec.1804-26.jun.1863 London), music seller at Regent Street with the firm Cramer, Beale & Addison ; late in life he married the widow singer Adaliza Augusta Robinson (1839-25.may.1923 Essex, Maldon)

Title Parts

[] The joy of loving Thee. Song. Voice and piano
pub London 1858

[] The three years' system. Drama. Chrystal Palace, London feb1877
[] An Easter egg. Operetta. Terry's Theatre, London dec1893
[] Matrimonial news. Operetta
writing: The enterprising impresario
pub Bradbury, Evans & Co. 1867

writing: The light of other days as seen through the wrong end of an opera glass
pub Bentley, London 1890

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