John William Glover

John W. Glover
John William Glover (19 June 1815 – 19 December 1899) was an Irish composer, conductor, organist, violinist, and teacher.wikipedia
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He presented a series of "National Concerts" in 1853 to commemorate Thomas Moore one year after the poet's death, and also co-organised and conducted large musical performances on the occasion of the centenaries of Daniel O'Connell (1875) and Thomas Moore (1879).
Among these were arrangements by Michael William Balfe (London: Novello & Co., 1859), John William Glover (Dublin: James Duffy, 1859), Francis Robinson Jr. (Dublin: Robinson & Bussell, 1863) and John Liptrot Hatton (London: Novello & Co., 1873).

Jimmy Glover

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He was the grandfather of Jimmy Glover, director of music at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, from 1893 to 1920.
Born in Kingstown, Dublin, he was the son of James Mackey, of Templemore, County Tipperary, a commercial traveller, and of Mary Jane Glover, of Carlow, and a grandson of John William Glover (1815–1899), one of the editors of Thomas Moore's Irish Melodies.

Edmund Falconer

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His most ambitious work was the three-act opera The Deserted Village (libretto by Edmund Falconer after Oliver Goldsmith's novel of the same name), performed in Dublin in 1880 and published in London.
1880: The Deserted Village, opera in three acts to music by John William Glover (London: Duncan Davison, 1880).

Patrick Weston Joyce

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Among his publications is one of the earliest collective volumes of Thomas Moore's Irish Melodies (to Glover's accompaniments, published by James Duffy, Dublin, 1859), and he collaborated with Patrick Weston Joyce, providing the piano accompaniments to his Ancient Irish Music (Dublin: McGlashan & Gill, 1873).
Ancient Irish music (1873), with piano accompaniments by John William Glover (1815–1899)

St Mary's Pro-Cathedral

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In 1848, he succeeded Haydn Corri as organist of St. Mary's Pro-Cathedral, Dublin, and also became professor of music at the Central Model Schools of the Board of National Education.

Daniel O'Connell

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He presented a series of "National Concerts" in 1853 to commemorate Thomas Moore one year after the poet's death, and also co-organised and conducted large musical performances on the occasion of the centenaries of Daniel O'Connell (1875) and Thomas Moore (1879).

Michael William Balfe

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A personal friend of the émigrés Michael William Balfe and William Vincent Wallace, he, too, was inclined towards opera, despite the incomparably more difficult circumstances in Ireland in this period.

William Vincent Wallace

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A personal friend of the émigrés Michael William Balfe and William Vincent Wallace, he, too, was inclined towards opera, despite the incomparably more difficult circumstances in Ireland in this period.

Oliver Goldsmith

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His most ambitious work was the three-act opera The Deserted Village (libretto by Edmund Falconer after Oliver Goldsmith's novel of the same name), performed in Dublin in 1880 and published in London.

Theatre Royal, Drury Lane

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He was the grandfather of Jimmy Glover, director of music at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, from 1893 to 1920.

William Ludwig (singer)

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He was educated at the National Schools, Marlborough Street, where he received musical instruction from John W. Glover.

List of Irish people

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John William Glover – composer

Music of Ireland

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John William Glover (1815–1899), Joseph Robinson (1815–1898) and Robert Prescott Stewart (1825–1894) kept Irish classical music in Dublin alive in the 19th century, while mid-19th-century emigrants include George William Torrance and George Alexander Osborne.

Glover (surname)

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John William Glover (1815–1899), Irish composer

The Deserted Village

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The Irish playwright Edmund Falconer (c.1814–1879) adapted the work to suit as opera libretto for the three-act opera of the same name (1880) by John William Glover (1815–1899).

Margaret Burke Sheridan

Margaret Sheridan
She also recorded various Irish traditional song arrangements by Balfe, John William Glover, Thomas Moore and others.