Septimus Winner

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Date of Birth May 11, 1827
Place of Birth Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Date of Death Nov 22, 1902 (75)
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Septimus Winner

Septimus Winner was an American songwriter of the 19th century. He used his own name, and also the pseudonyms Alice Hawthorne, Percy Guyer, Mark Mason, Apsley Street, and Paul Stenton. He was also a teacher, performer, and music publisher.

About Septimus Winner

Songwriter best known for his song "Listen to the Mockingbird." He also used pseudonyms Alice Hawthorne, Paul Stenton, and several others.

Before Fame

He opened a music shop when he was 20 years old, giving music lessons on many different instruments.

Achievement

He was posthumously inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1970.

Family Life

He was the son of Joseph and Mary Ann Winner. He and his brother Joseph Eastburn Winner were partners in the music publishing business.

Associations

His mother was a relative of Nathaniel Hawthorne.

Information related to Septimus Winner

  • Songwriters from Pennsylvania
  • American lyricists
  • Musicians from Philadelphia
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Latest information about Septimus Winner updated on November 28, 2020.

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