Irish composer and conductor best known for his small orchestral works, such as Handel-inspired"Echoes of Georgian Dublin". His play"Cadenza in Black" had its world premiere at the Gate Theatre in 1937.
His professor at the Royal Irish Academy of Music was Charles Herbert Kitson. His initial plans included a career in the Church of Ireland, but he ultimately chose to pursue secular studies instead.
He worked as a bandmaster in the Army School of Music after joining the Irish Army in 1923. He will resign from the army in 1931.
He married Emma Ferris, the daughter of the American Consul General in Ireland, in 1929. Their daughter, Sylvia, was born in October 1930.
He wrote music for various Abbey Theatre productions, including Denis Johnston and Poet William Butler Yeats plays.
Irish Army Officers. Irish conductor (music). Buried in Mount Jerome Cemetery and Crematorium. Irish classical composers. Anglican Irish
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