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ROBERT AUGUSTUS
26 June 1840 – 18 January 1887 in Lymington

Eldest son of Robert John and Phoebe Green.
Married Mary Ellen Fortescue. (26.06.1840 in London - ?)

No children found

Organist at St. Thomas Church, Lymington also a composer of music.

Robert here with brothers Henry John, William Lawson and Charles John

Robert's wife

Frontispiece Silver Cloud Waltzes

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS:

EARLY DAWN WALTZES - ‘Valse a Deux Temps’ dedicated to Mrs Warren Peacocks, Efford House.
Published by J. H. Jewell, 104 Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury. (No. 773) Pianoforte solo.

KING OF THE FOREST WALTZES - ‘Valse a Deux Temps’, inscribed to the Baroness Hambro.
Published by S. Clark, 9 Amen Corner, Paternoster Row. Pianoforte solo.

SILVER CLOUD WALTZES - Dedicated by permission to Her Grace The Duchess of Richmond.
Published by Metzler & Co. 37,38 & 35 Great Marlborough Street, W. Pianoforte solo. Advertisement on the back page of “Eight New Compositions by Robert Augustus Klitz”.

THE WOOD NYMPH’S REVEL - “Morceau de Salon for the Pianoforte, to Mrs Banks, Armwood House, Lymington”.
Published by Ashdown and Parry, Hanover Square. (No. 14,626)

FOREST ECHOES - “Morceau de Salon for the Pianoforte, to Miss Minnie Hinuber, Belmore, Lymington”.
Published by Forsyth Brothers, 272A Regent Circus, Oxford Street.

IMPROMPTU in F major for Pianoforte (Op. 9) to his nephew, William Palmer Klitz.
Published by Ashdown and Parry, Hanover Square. (No. 15,423) Pianoforte solo. One shabby copy only preserved, inscribed in autograph on the cover, to Arthur Everard Klitz from the Composer.

IMPROVISATRICE - “Mazurka Elegante, pour Piano”. Inscribed to Mrs Falls, Bournemouth.
Published by Hopwood and Crew, 42 New Bond Street. (No. 806) Pianoforte solo.

Advertisement on the back of the above list for 8 compositions by R. A. Klitz which includes the following items that have not been preserved:
L’Effronterie - Galop
Adelheim - Waltz
Nerina - Waltz
L’Esperanza - Valse Vocale.

TRANSCRIPTION of “Comin’ Thro’ The Rye. "A brilliant transcription pour Pianoforte. Inscribed to Mrs William Freeman, Pylewell Park”
Published by S. Clark, 9 Amen Corner, Paternoster Row. Pianoforte solo.

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Robert Augustus