Bellairs, Ralph Hamon 5.sep.1867-24.may.1947 India, Belgaum (now Belagavi) - England Gloucestershire, Northleach
organist, 1873 the family returned to England, 1880 scholar at 'Glebe House' Private School in Hunstanton Norfolk, studied at the Royal College of Music in London, fellow Royal College of Organists (FRCO), associate Royal College of Music (ARCM), MA and Mus.D from Balliol College in Oxford, 1893-1896 organist at Bradfield College Berkshire, 1901-1918 organist of Christ Church in Cheltenham Gloucestershire, 1904 examiner for the Royal College of Music, 1920-1947 residing at Ferlys House on Overton Park in Cheltenham, he died at The Infirmary in Northleach

Title Parts

[] Twelve lyrical sketches. Piano
pub R. Cocks & Co., London 1892

[] Liebeslied. Piano
pub Leonhard & Co. 1899

[] Epic ode. Organ
pub Novello & Co., London 1907

[] Kyrie
pub Vincent Music Co., London 1908

[] Grieve not the holy spirit. Anthem
pub A. P. Schmidt, Boston 1909

[] Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace. Anthem
pub A. P. Schmidt, Boston 1909

[] Cast me not away. Anthem
pub A. P. Schmidt, Boston 1910

[] Echoes. Organ
pub Enoch & Sons, London 1911

[] Barcarolle. Piano
pub Enoch & Sons, London 1912

[] Angels from the realms of glory. Christmas anthem
pub A. P. Schmidt, Boston 1915

[] Te Deum and Benedictus in D
pub Novello & Co., London 1917

[] Eglantine. Etude mignonne. Piano
pub Elkin & Co., London 1918

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