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Swift, James Frederick


 Marks, Godfrey  pseudonym

composer, bass

born: 28 Dec 1847 Manchester, England Source: 1  

born: 1844 Source: 2  

died: 09 Jan 1931 Liscard, Cheshire / county, England Source: 1  
died: ------- 1934 Wallasey, Cheshire / county, England Source: 2  

The Music Sack has 5 items with information about James Frederick Swift:


Composers and arrangers

The above item is part of :
Rogal, Samuel J.
Guide to hymn tunes of American methodism
Compiled by Samuel J. Rogal
New York: Greenwood Press, 1986
      (Series: Music Reference Collection; 7)

Number of People : 478

 1976 Source: 2

Groves, Charles / Sir
Taylor, Stainton de Boufflers
Two centuries of music in Liverpool
A scrap-book of information concerning musical activities both professional and amateur
Compiled and written by Stainton de B. Taylor
With a foreword by Sir Charles Groves, C.B.E.
Liverpool: Rockliff Brothers Limited, [1976], 126 p.

Number of People : 62


Routley, Erik
Parry, K.L.
Companion to congregational praise
Edited by K.L. Parry, Minster of Highbury Chapel, Bristol
With notes on the music by Erik Routley, lecturer and chaplain of Mansfield College, Oxford
London: Independent Press Ltd., 1953

Number of People : 698


Julian, John
A dictionary of hymnology : setting forth the origin and history of Christian hymns of all ages and nations
Revised edition, with new supplement
Edited by John Julian, D.D., Vicar of Topcliffe, Yorkshire; ...
London: John Murray, 1907

Number of People : 1,542

More Details : (3 Sections)

 1897 Source: 1

Stratton, Stephen Samuel
Brown, James D.
British musical biography.
A dictionary of musical artists, authors and composers born in Britain and its colonies.
By James D. Brown and Stephen S. Stratton
Birmingham: S.S. Stratton, 1897, 462 p.

Number of People : 4,164

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