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Aylward, Florence, 1862-1950



  • Existence: March 10, 1862 - October 14, 1950


Florence Aylward (b. 1862, d. 14 October 1950) was an English composer known for ballads. She was born at Brede Rectory in Brede, East Sussex, England in 1862, the daughter of the Rector of Brede, Augustus Aylward and his wife Mary. Aylward studied at the Guildhall School.


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Florence Aylward, 1898

 File — Box 1, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The Classical Music Manuscript contains a wide array of score and parts, in both manuscript and printed form, from composers and music educators dating back to the Eighteenth Century. Along with recognizable names such as Domenico Scarlatti, there are many far lesser known composers from the time of Mozart and Beethoven that are represented here in this collection, with rare scores and pedagogical manuals. Not only are the items an interesting glimpse into virtually unknown works, they are a...
Dates: 1898