1930s Musicians of Crouch End and Stroud Green – Alban Low

Discover the homes and lives of 1930s musicians who lived and worked in and around Crouch End and Stroud Green. This book contains a map and short biographies, from famous residents to more forgotten names.

1930s Musicians of Crouch End and Stroud Green
Alban Low
Published January 2022
ISBN 978-1-912960-64-4
A6 Size
16 printed pages
Colour
A World in London Chapbook 10
SLB0177
Print run of 100
Price – £2.60
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  1. Gordon Cooper (trumpet) – 97 Uplands Rd, Crouch End, N8 9NG
  2. Arthur Trimnell (violin) – 2 Hermiston Ave, Crouch End, N8 8NL
  3. Ferdinand Rees (violin) – 22 Lightfoot Rd, Crouch End, N8
  4. Fred Maybank (violin) – 99 Middle Ln, N8 8NX
  5. Reginald Kell (clarinet) – 5 Barrington Rd, N8 8QR
  6. Nevill Finch (violin) – 15 Barrington Road, N8 8QT
  7. Arthur Trimnell (violin) – 27 Tivoli Rd, Crouch End, N8 8RE
  8. Max Bogen (violin) – 55 Glasslyn Road, N8 8RG
  9. Harry Freeman (violin) – 5 Wolseley Rd, N8 8RR
  10. Johnny Cantor (violin) – 23 Wolseley Rd, Crouch End, N8 8RR
  11. John Montague (cello) – 35 Birchington Rd, Crouch End, N8
  12. George Anderson (clarinet) – 3 Bedford Rd, Crouch End, N8 8HL
  13. The Crouch End Hippodrome – 31 Topsfield Parade, Tottenham Lane, N8 8PT
  14. Mary Brame (piano) – 2 Elder Ave, Crouch End, N8 9TH
  15. Lilian Harvey (actress/singer) – 13 Weston Park, Crouch End, N8 9SY
  16. Ernest Stratford (violin) – 29 Crescent Rd, Crouch End, N8 8AL
  17. Leonard Day (organ/piano) – 38 Haslemere Rd, N8 9RB
  18. Richard Walton (trumpet) – 1 Haringey Park, Crouch End, N8 9JG
    Bernard Walton Jnr (clarinet)
    George Walton (cello)
    Bernard Walton (harp)
    John Walton (bass)
  19. Walter Paskin (producer) – 8 Sandringham Gardens, N8 9HU
  20. Francis Hughes (clarinet) – 5 Derwent Court, Cecile Park, N8 9AT
  21. Arthur Falkner (trombone) – 5 Gladwell Rd, Crouch End, N8 9AN
  22. David Wolfsthal (violin) – 82 Stapleton Hall Rd, Stroud Green, N4 4EH
  23. George Orrell (violin) – 18 Albany Rd, Stroud Green, N4

The names and addresses of musicians in this book have been sourced from 1930s Musician’s Union handbooks. Every effort has been made to research and verify information and we are grateful to those experts who have helped in the making of this series. If you know any additional information or corrections then we would love to include them in future editions.

Alban Low is a London-based artist. He co-hosts The Vinyl Thread on Radio Nope, and is artist-in-residence on the radio programme A World in London.
http://www.albanlow.com

Thank you to M.G. Thomas; The National Jazz Archives; Melody Maker; NME; The British Newspaper Archives; The National Archives; BBC; the team at A World In London (DJ Ritu, Norman Druker, Sophie Darling, Lucas Keen); Radio Nope (Bob, Conan, Deb & Brian); and my wife Natalie.

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1930s Musicians of Lewisham, Brockley and New Cross – Alban Low

Discover the homes and lives of 1930s musicians who lived and worked in and around Lewisham, Brockley and New Cross. This book contains a map and short biographies, from famous residents to more forgotten names.

1930s Musicians of Lewisham, Brockley and New Cross
Alban Low

Published October 2021
ISBN 978-1-912960-54-5
A6 Size
16 printed pages
Colour
A World in London Chapbook 9
SLB0167
Print run of 100
Price – £2.60
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1. Alexander Gifford (piano/organ) – 25 Granville Park, Blackheath, SE13 7DY
2.Cyril Cyphus (organ) – 16 Belmont Grove, Blackheath, SE13 5DW
3.Frederick Dumayne (singer/conductor) – 46 Caterham Rd, Blackheath, SE13 5AR
4.Les Perry (flute/bandleader) – 55 Lee High Rd, SE13 5NS
5.Gaumont Palace – Junction of Molesworth Street and Rennell Street, SE13
6.Freddie Finch (trumpet) – 18 Jerrard St, Lewisham SE13 7TA
7.Stanley Stray (piano) – 28 Sandrock Rd, Lewisham, SE13 7TS
8.Franklyn White (violin) – 66 Loampit Hill Lewisham, SE13 7SX
9.Arthur Kipps (organ) – 3 Darling Rd, SE4 1YQ
10.Art Jennings (saxophone) – 26A Tressillian Rd, SE4 1YB
11. Walter Stiasny (conductor) and Sylvia Patriss (vocalist) – 55 Tressillian Rd, London SE4 1YA
12.Edward Swingler (flute) – 94 Tressillian Rd, SE4 1YD
13.Peter Wise (accordion) – 80 Wickham Rd, Brockley, SE4 1LS
14.William Lodge (saxophone/violin) – 81 Millmark Grove, Brockley, SE14 6RH
15.Stanley Van Raalte (piano) – 102 St Donatts Rd, SE14 6NT
16.Goldsmiths Music Studios – 286 New Cross Road, SE14 6AF
17.Steve Gauna (guitar) – 21 Jerningham Rd, New Cross, SE14 5NQ
18.New Cross Kinema – 325-327 New Cross Road, SE14 6JP
19.New Cross Empire – 483-485 New Cross Road, SE14 6TQ

The names and addresses of musicians in this book have been sourced from 1930s Musician’s Union handbooks. Every effort has been made to research and verify information and we are grateful to those experts who have helped in the making of this series. If you know any additional information or corrections then we would love to include them in future editions.

Alban Low is a London-based artist. He co-hosts The Vinyl Thread on Radio Nope, and is artist-in-residence on the radio programme A World in London.
www.albanlow.com

Thank you to M.G. Thomas; The National Jazz Archives; Melody Maker; NME; The British Newspaper Archives; The National
Archives; BBC; the team at A World In London (DJ Ritu, Sophie Darling, Lucas Keen); Radio Nope (Bob, Conan, Deb & Brian);
Norman and Tom Druker; George, Maggie and Felix; and my wife Natalie.

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1930s Musicians of Victoria and Pimlico – Alban Low

Discover the homes and lives of 1930s musicians who lived and worked in and around Victoria and Pimlico. This chapbook shows the houses they lived in and short biographies, from famous residents to more forgotten names.

1930s Musicians of Victoria and Pimlico
Alban Low
Published January 2020
ISBN 978-1-912960-35-4
A6 Size
16 printed pages
Colour
A World in London Chapbook 8
SLB0148
Print run of 100
Price – £2.60
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1. Harry Blech (violin) and Frederick Riddle (viola) – 17 Sloane Gardens, Chelsea, SW1W 8EB
2. Charles Bohm (saxophone) – 120 Ebury St, Victoria, SW1W 9QQ
3. Victoria Coach Station and Imperial Airways Terminal – Buckingham Palace Rd, Victoria, SW1W 9SP
4. Edwin Heffren (drums) – 52 Hugh St, Pimlico, London SW1V 4ER
5. New Victoria Theatre – 17 Wilton Rd, Pimlico, SW1V 1LG
6. Leslie Wharton (piano) – 77 Vauxhall Bridge Road, SW1V 2SP
7. Clem Lawton (tuba and bass) – 46 Tachbrook St, Pimlico, SW1V 2NA
8. George Bainbridge Robinson (Musical Director) – 57 Warwick Square, Pimlico, SW1V 2AJ
9. Fred Morrison (violin) – 52 Gloucester St, Pimlico, SW1V 4EH
10. George Newman (saxophone) and Jose Martello (accordion) – 130A Cambridge St, Pimlico, SW1V 4QF
11. Charles Rooks (organ) – 95 Cambridge St, Pimlico, SW1V 4PY
12. Wilfred Banks (Bandleader) – 7 Sussex St, Pimlico, SW1V 4RZ
13. Wally Sykes (drums) – 44 Cumberland St, SW1V 4LZ
14. Cecil Alexander (violin) – 77 Charlwood St, Pimlico, SW1V
15. George Latimer (trombone) – 80 St George’s Drive, Pimlico, SW1V 4BZ
16. George Newman (saxophone) – 57 Charlwood St, Pimlico, SW1V 2DR
17. Roy Peverett (cello) – Flat 308, Hood House, Dolphin Square
18. Billy Bissett (Bandleader) – 10 Collingwood House, Dolphin Sq, SW1V 3ND
19. Oswald Boyden Waldo Warner (violin) – 701 Beatty House, Dolphin Square, SW1V 3PN
20. Bertram Lewis (violin) – 405 Howard House, Dolphin Sq, SW1V 3PF

 Alban Low is a London based artist who illustrates album artwork, publishes books, designs maps, and organises inclusive exhibitions. He is artist-in-residence on the radio programme A World in London with DJ Ritu. http://www.albanlow.com/

The names and addresses of musicians in this book have been sourced from Musician’s Union handbooks from the 1930s. Every effort has been made to research and verify information and we are grateful to those experts who have helped in the making of this series. If you know any additional information or corrections then we would love to include them in future editions.

Thank you to Roy Cooke; M.G. Thomas; The National Jazz Archives; Michael Peverett; Melody Maker; NME; The British Newspaper Archives; The National Archives; BBC; the team at A World In London (DJ Ritu, Sophie Darling, Norman Druker, Lucas Keen, Patrick Bernard); The Gramophone Record Store; and my wife Natalie.

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1930s Musicians of Hammersmith and Shepherd’s Bush

Discover the homes and lives of 1930s musicians who lived and worked in Hammersmith and Shepherd’s Bush. Including short biographies from famous residents to more forgotten names.

Alban Low is a London based artist who illustrates album artwork, publishes books, designs maps, and organises inclusive exhibitions. He is artist-in-residence on the radio programme A World in London with DJ Ritu.
http://www.albanlow.com/

1930s Musicians of Hammersmith and Shepherd’s Bush
Alban Low
Published December 2019
ISBN 978-1-912960-29-3
A6 Size
16 printed pages
Colour
A World in London Chapbook 7
SLB0142
Print run of 100
Price – £2.60
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Musicians and locations –
1. Leo McCormack – 25 College Court, Hammersmith, W6 9BT
2. Hammersmith Gaumont – Hammersmith Apollo, W6 9QH
3. Hammersmith Palais – 242 Shepherds Bush Rd, W6 7NL
4. William Hinkinson – 5 Iffley Rd, Hammersmith, W6 0PB
5. Harold Patrick – 47 Iffley Rd, Hammersmith, W6 0PB
6. Edwin Sowden – 17 Beauclerc Rd, W6 0NS
7. Arthur Lousley – 79 Sulgrave Rd, Hammersmith, W6 7QH
8. Louis Mordish – 10 Melrose Terrace, Hammersmith, W6 7RL
9. Arthur Dean – 51 Shepherds Bush Rd, W6 7LU
10. Leslie Dunk – 34 Batoum Gardens, W6 7QD
11. Tom Balderson – 8 Lena Gardens, Hammersmith, W6 7QA
12. Harry Lewis – 123 Shepherds Bush Rd, W6 7PB
13. Cecil Walden – 77 Sterndale Rd, Hammersmith, W14 0HX
14. Oscar Rabin – 45 Dewhurst Rd, Hammersmith, W14 0ES
15. George Patterson – 52 Dewhurst Rd, Hammersmith, W14 0ES
16. Arthur Weighill – 45 Maclise Rd, Hammersmith, W14 0PR
17. Olympia – Hammersmith Rd, W14 8UX
18. Gerald Emms – 64 Holland Rd, Kensington, W14 8BB
19. Alf Edwards – 86B Holland Rd, Kensington, W14 8BN
20. Alec Blackford – 69 Elsham Rd, Kensington, W14 8HD
21. Harold Sherrell – 128 Holland Rd, Kensington, W14 8BD
22. Paul Fenoulhet – 138 Sinclair Rd, Hammersmith, London W14 0NL
23. Charles Meier – 129 Holland Rd, Kensington, W14 8AS
24. Julie Saumarez – 178 Holland Rd, Kensington, W14 8AH
25. Herzl Laikin – 196 Holland Rd, Kensington, W14 8AH
26. Max Lewin – 7 Sinclair Mansions Richmond Way, W12 8LN
27. Gerard Snoeck – 51 Richmond Gdns (now W12 Shopping Centre
28. Shepherd’s Bush Empire – Shepherd’s Bush Green, W12 8TT
29. Abraham and Joseph Popplesdorf – 28 Pennard Rd, Shepherd’s Bush, W12 8DS

Thank you to Roy Cooke; M.G. Thomas; The National Jazz Archives; Leslie Michael Baldock ; Melody Maker; NME; The British Newspaper Archives; The National Archives; BBC; the team at A World In London (DJ Ritu, Sophie Darling, Norman Druker, Lucas Keen, Patrick Bernard); The Gramophone Record Store; and my wife Natalie.

The names and addresses of musicians in this book have been sourced from Musician’s Union handbooks from the 1930s. Every effort has been made to research and verify information and we are grateful to those experts who have helped in the making of this series. If you know any additional information or corrections then we would love to include them in future editions.

1930s Musicians of Mortlake, East Sheen and Barnes – Alban Low

Discover the homes and lives of 1930s musicians who lived and worked in East Sheen, Mortlake and Barnes. Including short biographies from famous residents to more forgotten names.

Alban Low is a London based artist who illustrates album artwork, publishes books, designs maps, and organises inclusive exhibitions. He is artist-in-residence on the radio programme A World in London with DJ Ritu.
http://www.albanlow.com/

1930s Musicians of East Sheen, Mortlake and Barnes
Alban Low
Published November 2019
ISBN  978-1-912960-25-5
A6 Size
16 printed pages
Colour
A World in London Chapbook 6
SLB0137
Print run of 100
Price – £2.60
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Musicians and locations –
1. Herbert Clay (violin) – 22 Rothesay Avenue, TW10 5EA
2. Harold ‘Bert’ Heath (trumpet) – 12 Leinster Ave, East Sheen, SW14 7JP
3. Winifred Copperwheat (viola) – 4 Westhay Gardens, SW14 7RU
4. Aubrey Brain (French horn) – 22 Richmond Park Rd, East Sheen, SW14 8JT
5. Michael Graydon (French horn) – 7 Park Drive, SW14 8RB
6. Sheelah Field (harp) – 14 Sunbury Avenue, SW14 8RA
7. Arthur Bliss (composer/conductor) – Old Mortlake Burial Ground, SW14 8BP
8. The Bull’s Head – 373 Lonsdale Rd, SW13 9PY
9. Victor Moon (violin) – 38 Brookwood Ave, SW13 0LR
10. Eric James (piano/composer/arranger) – 23 Brookwood Avenue, SW13 0LR
11. Bobby Howell (musical director) – 29 The Crescent, SW13 0NN
12. Walter Harding (piano) – 42 Hillersdon Ave, SW13 0EF
13. Violet Pusey (violin) – 43 Glebe Rd, SW13 0EB
14. George Harlow (cornet) – 72 Elm Grove Rd, Barnes, SW13 0BX
15. Jimmy Mayers (trumpet) – 4 The Crescent, SW13 0NN
16. Frederick Thurston (clarinet) – 22 Lowther Rd, Barnes, SW13 9NX
17. David Andrews (piano) – 49 Castelnau, Barnes, SW13 9RT
18. Percy Whitaker (flute) – 33 Ullswater Rd, Barnes, SW13 9PL
19. George Alexander (piano) – The Coach House, 105 Castelnau, SW13 9EL
20. Joy Boughton (oboe) – 117 Lonsdale Rd, Barnes, SW13 9DA
21. Thomas Wightman (bassoon) – 49 Lonsdale Rd, Barnes, SW13 9JR
22. Mary Keel (oboe) and Frederick Keel (composer) – 207 Castelnau, Barnes, SW13 9EA

Thank you to Roy Cooke; M.G. Thomas; The National Jazz Archives; The British Library; Melody Maker; NME; The British Newspaper Archives; The National Archives; BBC; the team at A World In London (DJ Ritu, Sophie Darling, Norman Druker, Lucas Keen, Patrick Bernard); The Gramophone Record Store; and my wife Natalie.

The names and addresses of musicians in this book have been sourced from Musician’s Union handbooks from the 1930s. Every effort has been made to research and verify
information and we are grateful to those experts who have helped in the making of this series. If you know any additional information or corrections then we would love to
include them in future editions. Contact alban.low@sampsonlow.com

1930s Musicians of Tufnell Park – Alban Low

Discover the homes and lives of 1930s musicians who lived and worked in Tufnell Park. Including short biographies from famous residents to more forgotten names. You can also find more modern sites including the Odeon Cinema on Holloway Road.

Alban Low is a London based artist who illustrates album artwork, publishes books, designs maps, and organises inclusive exhibitions. He is artist-in-residence on the radio programme A World in London with DJ Ritu.
http://www.albanlow.com/

1930s Musicians of Tufnell Park
Alban Low
Published September 2019
ISBN  978-1-912960-19-4
A6 Size
32 printed pages
Colour
A World in London Chapbook 5
SLB0132
Print run of 100
Price – £2.60
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Musicians and locations –
1. Doris Griffiths, 22 Cathcart Hill, N19
2. Jack Rosse, 25 Cathcart Hill, N19
3. Jack Hemming, 7 Cathcart Hill, N19
4. Harold Maddren, 43 Tytherton Rd, N19
5. Ernest Ingleton, 3 and 16 Yerbury Rd, N19
6. Abraham Feuerman, 18 Tufnell Park Rd, N7
7. Gaumont/Odeon Cinema, 419-427 Holloway Road
8. Frank Deniz, 33 Northview, N7
8. Fela Sowande, 21 Northview, N7
9. Sam Feuerman, 27 Huddleston Rd, N7
10. Reg Cole, 17 Huddleston Rd, N7
11. Wilfred Hambleton, 14 Huddleston Rd, N7
12. Irving Ledor, 4 St George’s Ave, N7
13. Frederick Hall, 39 Carleton Rd, N7
14. Noel Vincent, 30 Bardolph Rd, N7
15. Arthur Sandford, 38 Parkhurst Court, N7
15. George ‘Miff’ Ferrie, 44 Parkhurst Court, N7
16. Joseph & Leonard Perry, 9 Loraine Rd, N7
17. Cecil Garner, 568 Caledonian Rd, N7
18. Erik Ogden, 29 Loraine Mansions, Widdenham Rd, N7
19. Sam Rothman, 436 Camden Rd, N7
20. Willie Solomon, 44 Hilmarton Rd, N7
21. Louis Nathan, 15 Hungerford Rd, N7
22. John Priestman, 147 Hungerford Rd, N7
23. Felix White, 28 Hilldrop Crescent, N7
24. Mark Maurice, 7 Hilldrop Crescent, N7
25. Reginald Biggers, 73 Brecknock Rd, N7
26. Wynford Reynolds, 119 Brecknock Rd, N19
27. Leslie ‘Jiver’ Hutchinson, 128 Torriano Ave, NW5
28. George Curtis, 20 Torriano Rd, NW5
29. Maurice Zimbler, 78 Caversham Rd, NW5
30. Alwyn Hart, 70 Islip St, NW5
31. Arthur Watkins, 6 Fortess Rd, NW5

Thank you to M.G. Thomas; The National Jazz Archives; John Chilton; Brian Rust; Edmund Whitehouse; Melody Maker; NME; The British Newspaper Archives; The National Archives; BBC; Roy Cooke; the team at A World In London (DJ Ritu, Sophie Darling, Norman Druker, Lucas Keen, Patrick Bernard); The Gramophone Record Store; and my wife Natalie.