Encyclopedia Titanica

MUSICIANS

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TITANIC SONGBOOK
Titanica!16th April 2012
Monica Hall
Most people, when thinking about music on the Titanic, immediately recall Nearer My God to Thee, which was allegedly played on deck by Wallace Hartley and his band as the great sh...
Named on the Musicians Memorial at the Old Library site, London Road, Southampton.also named on the St Marys Church Musicians Memorial, St Marys, Southampton.also he is mention...
The New York Times21st April 1912
Friends of the Titanic's Bandmaster Say He Believed In Music's Power to Prevent Panic...
THE BAND THAT PLAYED ON
Titanic Review3rd June 2011
Senan Molony
Senan Molony reviews Steve Turner's new book about the musicians aboard the Titanic The Band that Played On...
Brian J. Ticehurst
Clarke, John Frederick Preston. 22 Tunstall Street, Smithdown Road, Liverpool. Orchestra (Bass).(From: Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund Booklet, Ma...
Toronto Daily Star24th April 1912
Those on the Titanic Played It Knowing Their End Was Close at Hand...
New York Times1st June 1912
Rescuer of Titanic Survivors Meets Again Mrs. Thayer and Mrs. Cumings---GOES TO SEE MRS. WIDENER ---With the Crew of the Carpathia He Will Attend Concert for Musicians' Familie...
AMALGAMATED MUSICIANS' UNION ON ROGER BRICOUX Letter sent by the Amalgamated Musicians' Union to Bricoux' father...
GEORGES KRINS - THE LOST MEMORIAL
Titanica!25th May 2006
Philippe Delaunoy
A planned memorial to the Titanic violinist that was never built...
A new book to be published this week, The Band that Played On: The Extraordinary Story of the 8 Musicians Who Went Down with the Titanic by Steve Turner, claims that the violin which band leader Wallace Hartley played as the Titanic sank in April 1912 survived, and may be offered for sale at the time of next year's centenary....
TITANIC LIVE
Titanic Review29th June 2015
Stuart Kelly
Stuart Kelly reports on a poignant swansong for Titanic Composer James Horner at the recent performance of Titanic Live at the Royal Albert Hall with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra....
The Violinist
A review of Hume by people who knew him...
Oxford Times20th April 1912
Among those it is feared have lost their lives on the ill-fated vessel, is Mr. Wesley Woodward, of Oxford. Mr. Woodward was the youngest son of Mr. Woodward, of Headington, and a brother of Mr. T....
Cleveland Plain Dealer20th April 1912
“He made me leave him,” she said brokenly. “I shouldn’t have done it otherwise. Oh, they were brave and splendid, all the men. They died like brave men. ...
Boston Daily Globe21st April 1912
Miss Evans Gave Up Place in Boat That a Mother Could Live---Mrs Brown of Acton Tells of Her Rescue Due to Other's Sacrifice---Saved throu...
Oxford Illustrated24th April 1912
MR WOODWARD was the youngest son of Mrs Woodward of Headington, and a brother of Mr. T. W. Woodward, the well-known tenor singer of Magdalen College Choir, living in Oakthorpe Road, Oxford. Mr. Wesley...
Eastbourne Gazette24th April 1912
One of the best known among the hero musicians of the Titanic was Mr. J. Wesley Woodward, son of Mrs. Woodward, of The Firs, Windmill Road, Headington, Oxford, who was one of the violoncelle players o...
Eastbourne Gazette1st May 1912
The Titanic DisasterWhile the horror of the Titanic disaster is still fresh in the public mind, and the nation is contributing with an almost unexampled generosity to funds for the survivo...
CONCERT BY THE APOLLO CLUB, BROOKLYN IN AID OF MUSICIANS' FAMILIES This is a booklet presenting the concert given by the Apollo Club, in Brooklyn, on 9 May 1912, "in aid of the families of the musicians who perished by the sinking of the Titanic". This document was p...
Leatherhead, Advertiser, Epsom District Times and County Post18th May 1912
Mrs. Tate, of Elm Villas, Leatherhead, has just received from her daughter (Mrs. Collyer) a copy of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, containing an account of the wreck of the Titanic, as depicted by her daug...
The Times25th May 1912
THE TITANIC BAND MEMORIAL CONCERT Under the auspices of the Orchestral Association a concert was given yesterday at the Albe...
New York Times3rd June 1912
For the Benefit of Titanic's Musicians---Receives $10,000 To-day---Capt. Arthur Henry Rostron of the Cunard liner Carpathia returned last night to the Carpathia after his trip to Philadelp...
TITANIC'S BAND: KILLING THEM SOFTLY.
Titanica!17th February 2004
Senan Molony
Just how many people did the ship's orchestra kill?...
BERTHE LEROY: TITANIC SURVIVOR
Titanica!12th July 2004
Olivier Mendez & Michel Leroy
Berthe Leroy, a short biography by Michel Leroy and Olivier Mendez....
TITANIC AS METAPHOR
Titanica!20th March 2005
Monica Hall
WORLD'S LARGEST METAPHOR HITS ICEBERG . . . . So runs a...
A NIGHT TO FORGET : RENéE HARRIS AND THE TITANIC DISASTER
Titanica!16th June 2019
New book focuses on the forgotten career of Mrs. Henry B. Harris...
EARLY FINNISH FICTIONAL TEXTS AND WORKS ABOUT THE TITANIC
Titanica!7th April 2020
Silja Vuorikuru
The first Finnish fictional texts and literary works about the Titanic were written in 1912; this article provides an overview of them. What literary texts did Finnish authors write about the Titanic? How do fictional works treat this world-famous maritime accident?...
SURVIVABILITY STUDY OF THE 1912 RMS TITANIC DISASTER
Titanica!5th September 2020
Peter Carpenter
A Statistical and Machine Learning Analysis...
CARPATHIA AND THE TITANIC RESCUE
Titanica!6th July 2021
Sir James Bisset
Second Officer of the Carpathia recalls a dramatic night...