Ode a la nuit. Transcr. Octuor a vent facile (Fl, Cl, 2 tp, Cor, Tb, Tuba, C/Tuba) 1CL5973 109,00 F.
Au Flambeaux (US Congress Library 1874), Sylph Dance, Villikins and his Dinah
Grand Fantasia on French National Airs
Leaving for Syria
New Scotch Fantasia
Old Robin Gray
There is nae luck about the house
Adante in C minor
Wallack (?) Dance (maybe Cossack Dance)
Elegy Caprice on "Sweet Spirit Hear My Prayer"
Tears and Smiles
Fantasia on Hungarian Airs
Sheep Bell Dance
Old Scotch Fantasia
Stars of India
Grand Caprice de Conservitoire
The Merry Sounding Horn
Musical Poems on Australian "Expiring Explorers"
Won first prize at Paris Conservatoire in 1849. Travelled extensively in Europe and Middle East 1851-55. Then in France till 1860 with concerts also in UK.
Travelled with Rene Douay to Australia in 1861. Concerts in Australia and New Zealand until 1864.
Travelled to Ceylon, India, Pakistan, South Africa 1864-68. Returned to UK and France 1868. Concerts in Europe (mainly France) until 1883 including Conductor of Casino Orchestra at Bolounge sur mer 1876-79. Also at St. Malo where his father was head of music at the College from 1850-1880.
Returned to Australia in 1883 and mainly taught (also State examiner) in Sydney. Died there in 1898.