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composer

Alfred Baldwin Sloane, American composer.

Background

Sloane, Alfred Baldwin was born on August 28, 1872 in Baltimore. Son of Francis James and Emma (Baldwin) Sloane.

Education

Educated private tutors and public schools.

Career

Composer of music, since 1890, including music of “Jack and the Beanstalk,” “Excelsior, Junior,” music of many of late Charles Hoyt’s farces, “Sergeant Kitty,” “The Mocking Bird,” Lillian Russell’s “Lady Teazle” (comic opera founded on Sheridan’s “School for Scandal”), “Mama’s Papa,” “All Around Chicago,” “The Gingerbread Man,” “Coming Thro’ The Rye,” etc. President Composers’ Public Сompany. Vice president Authors’ and Composers’ Public Company.

Works

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    • Composer of music, since 1890, including music of “Jack and the Beanstalk,” “Excelsior, Junior,” music of many of late Charles Hoyt’s farces, “Sergeant Kitty,” “The Mocking Bird,” Lillian Russell’s “Lady Teazle” (comic opera founded on Sheridan’s “School for Scandal”), “Mama’s Papa,” “All Around Chicago,” “The Gingerbread Man,” “Coming Thro’ The Rye,” etc. President Composers’ Public Сompany. Vice president Authors’ and Composers’ Public Co.

Connections

Married Mae Auwerda, February 15, 1900.

father:
Francis James Sloane

mother:
Emma (Baldwin) Sloane

spouse:
Mae Auwerda