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Person: SULLIVAN, Sir Arthur  (1842-1900)

Biographical summary of this person
Full name
Sir Arthur Seymour SULLIVAN
Gender
male
Relevance of this person
composer of songs used with slide sets
Main period of activity
N/A
Chronology
Date
Age
Event/activity
13 May 1842
born at
22 November 1900
58
died at
Texts linked to this person
Hymns (3)

Thomas Potter and Arthur Sullivan, Brightly gleams our banner (1874)

James D. Burns and Arthur Sullivan, Hushed was the evening hymn (1874)

Sabine Baring-Gould and Arthur Sullivan, Onward, Christian soldiers (1871)


Songs (6)

Rudyard Kipling and Arthur Sullivan, The absent-minded beggar (n.d.)

Adelaide Procter and Arthur Sullivan, ‘The lost chord’ (London: Boosey & Co., 1877)

Arthur Sullivan, Love not the world (1869)

Henry Lyte and Arthur Sullivan, The sailor's grave (London: J.B. Cramer & Co., 1872)

Felicia Hemans and Arthur Sullivan, Thou'rt passing hence (London: Chappell & Co., 1875)

Arthur Sullivan, Watchman, what of the night? (1871)

Lucerna ID  6001573

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 1 June 2009

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