Arlidge, Joseph Churchill

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Arlidge, Joseph Churchill

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  • J. Churchill Arlidge

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1849-1913

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J. (Joseph) Churchill Arlidge, flutist, organist, teacher, and composer, was born in Stratford-on-Avon, 17 Mar 1849, and died in Toronto in 1913. Arlidge studied flute with Benjamin Wells and Robert Sydney Pratten, and made his debut in 1859 at the Crystal Palace in a concert given by Sir Julius Benedict for Queen Victoria. In late 1874 he went to Toronto to be married and was immersed into the musical life of that city.

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