Bratton, John Walter 21.jan.1867-7.feb.1947 USA Delaware, Wilmington - NY, New York Brooklyn
baritone singer, songwriter, actor, theatre manager, raised by his grandmother Mary Bratton in New Castle near Wilmington, studied at Philadelphia College of Music, solo singer at St Andrew's Church in Wilmington, 1892 actor in New York residing at 226 West 37th Street, 1914-1918 manager/producer at the Knickerbocker Theatre Building New York, member of the Lambs and Green Room clubs in New York, 1913-1940 residing at 1404 Glenwood Road Brooklyn ; 21.may.1907 in New York he married Dorothy Zimmerman (New York City 1883-) ; daughter Marjorie E (Brooklyn 1909-)

Title Parts

[L] The teddy bear's picnic. Song without words. 1907
arr Nash for brass
Kevin Morgan tuba, Brass Ensemble. ASV 2098

[] An American abroad. Overture. Orchestra
[] The sunshine of Paradise Alley. Song
[] I love you in the same old way. Song
[] Henrietta, have you met her? Song
[] Isabelle. Song
[] In a cozy corner. Song
[] Sweetheart, let's grow old together. Song
[] I talked to God last night. Song
[] The rose's honymoon. Song
[] Wooden soldier. Song
[] In a pagoda. Song
[] One world. Song
[] Hodge Podge & Co. Musical play. 1900
[] The man from China. Musical play. 1904
words Paul West

[] The pearl and the pumpkin. Extravaganza. New York 1905
words Paul West and W. W. Denslow

[] The newlyweds and their baby. Musical play. 1909
[] Buster Brown. Musical play
[] The liberty belles. Musical play
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