John Ireland

Died aged 82

John Nicholson Ireland (13 August 1879 – 12 June 1962) was an English composer and teacher of music. The majority of his output consists of piano miniatures and of songs with piano. His best-known works include the short instrumental or orchestral work "The Holy Boy", a setting of the poem "Sea-Fever" by John Masefield, a formerly much-played Piano Concerto, the hymn tune Love Unknown and the choral motet "Greater Love Hath No Man".

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Commemorated on 4 plaques

John Ireland 1879-1962 composer lived here

14 Gunter Grove, Kensington and Chelsea, London, United Kingdom where they lived

Leeds Grammar School Was founded in 1552 by William Sheafield, chantry priest, Leeds Parish Church. It occupied this building from 1859 to 1997. Famous pupils include: John Smeaton, engineer; G. Studdert Kennedy, 'Woodbine Willie' chaplain; John Ireland, composer; Field Marshal Lord Nicholson of Roundhay. Architect: Edward Barry

Moorland Road, Leeds, United Kingdom where they attended school

John Ireland composer 1879-1962 lived here 1936-1939

127 High Street, Deal, United Kingdom where they lived (1936-1939)

Inglewood birthplace of Dr John Ireland English composer born 13th August 1879, died 12th June 1962

Inglewood, St Margarets Road, Bowdon, United Kingdom where they was born (1879)