Person record: BINGHAM, Clifton  (1859-1913)

Basic biographical summary of this person
Full nameGraham Clifton BINGHAM
Gendermale
Relevance of this personlyricist of songs used for slide sets 
Main period of activity1880s-1910s
ChronologyDateAgeEvent/activity
1859born atBristol, Gloucestershire, England
26 March 1913~54died atBristol, Gloucestershire, England
Texts linked to this personSongs (34)

Clifton Bingham and ‘Henry Trotère’, Alannah (Irish song) (London: J.B. Cramer & Co., 1902)

Clifton Bingham and ‘Henry Trotère’, Asthore (London: J.B. Cramer & Co., 1893)

Clifton Bingham and ‘Edward St Quentin’, Beautiful kingdom of love (London: W. Morley & Co., 1912)

Clifton Bingham and ‘Henry Trotère’, By Normandie's blue hills (London: J.B. Cramer & Co., 1890)

Clifton Bingham and Noel Johnson, A colleen's lament (London: Charles Sheard & Co., c.1900)

Clifton Bingham and Valentine Hemery, Daddy's angel (London: Gould & Co., 1903)

Clifton Bingham and Ciro Pinsuti, Dame Durden (London: Enoch & Sons, 1885)

Clifton Bingham and Walter Slaughter, The dear home land (London: J.B. Cramer & Co., 1892)

Clifton Bingham and Edith Cooke, The dreamers (London: J.B. Cramer & Co., 1897)

Clifton Bingham and ‘J. Alexander’, Fall in, my lads (London: Beal, Stuttard & Co., 1910)

Clifton Bingham and ‘Godfrey Marks’, From cross to crown (Christe salvator) (London: Patey & Willis, 1892)

Clifton Bingham and ‘Marcus Hope’, The green fields of home (London: Charles Sheard & Co., n.d.)

Clifton Bingham and Joseph L. Roeckel, Green Isle of Erin (London: Edwin Ashdown Ltd, 1899)

Clifton Bingham and John Henry, The guiding light (n.d.)

Clifton Bingham and ‘Henry Trotère’, I love you more (London: Charles Sheard & Co., c.1895)

Clifton Bingham and ‘Henry Trotère’, In old Madrid (n.d.)

Clifton Bingham and Edmond Audran, A jovial monk am I: friar's song (London: Hopwood & Crew, 1897)

Clifton Bingham and Frederic H. Cowen, The kissing gate (London: Enoch & Sons, 1887)

Clifton Bingham and James L. Molloy, Love's old sweet song (London: Boosey & Co., 1884)

Clifton Bingham and ‘Henry Trotère’, My sweet, wild rose (London: Elkin & Co., 1905)

Clifton Bingham and ‘Edward St Quentin’, Only (London: Feldman & Co., 1908)

Clifton Bingham and Frederic H. Cowen, The promise of life (London: Boosey & Co., 1893)

Clifton Bingham and Donald Blair, Remembrance (London: Orsborn & Co., 1894)

Clifton Bingham and ‘Henry Trotère’, Roses, roses ev'rywhere (London: Charles Sheard & Co., c.1900)

Clifton Bingham and D'Auvergne Barnard, The sailor's lass: or the lass that loves a sailor (London: Orsborn & Co., c.1900)

Clifton Bingham and Edwin Greene, Sing me to sleep (London: Phillips & Page, 1902)

Clifton Bingham and Alfred Rawlings, Sleep and forget (London: Charles Sheard & Co., 1905)

Clifton Bingham and Teresa Del Riego, Speak on, sweet voices (London: Beal, Stuttard & Co., 1907)

Clifton Bingham and Frederic H. Cowen, The swallows (London: Boosey & Co., 1895)

Clifton Bingham and ‘Henry Trotère’, True eyes (London: Willis Music Co., 1905)

Clifton Bingham and Frederic H. Cowen, The voice of the Father (n.d.)

Clifton Bingham and Turner Lloyd, When a little while has flown (London: Patey & Willis, n.d.)

Clifton Bingham and Stanley Gordon, When the ebb-tide flows (London: Charles Sheard & Co., 1906)

Clifton Bingham and ‘Emmerson James’, When we're together (London: Frederick Harris Co., 1908)

Lucerna ID no. 6001235Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2016