Edmund Forman

Composer

Born in Northamptonshire c 1852

Father Joseph Forman (born Halton Holegate, Lincs, c 1811)
Mother

The following is a list of some of Edmund Forman's works.

Year of publication Title catalogue
1888 And the Nightingale sang of Love. Humorous Song, with Banjo accompaniment - ad lib. - , written by H. Hunter
British Library
1891 Annie Rooney’s Fantasia on popular songs … for Banjo with pianoforte accompaniment, etc British Library
1889 The Assassination of Mr. C. Robin. [Song.] Written by H. Hunter, etc
British Library
1886 Bah! Booh! Bosh!!! Comic Duet, written & composed by J. Tabrar. (Arranged by E. Forman.) British Library
1884 Balaclava … Song, written by J. A. Elliott, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.) British Library
1889 The Banjo Academy. A Series of … works arranged for the Banjo, and Banjo and Pianoforte … selected and arranged by E. Forman. British Library
1892 Banner of Liberty! … [Song.] Written by T. L. Clay. British Library
1886 The British Isles … [Song] written & composed by J. J. Stamford, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.).
British Library
1889 Caller Herrin’. [Composed by N. Gow.] Parody, written by Boy Jones,etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1901 Celebrated Compositions … Transcribed for Mandoline with Piano Accompaniment by E. Forman. No. 1. Danse Bohémienne. No. 2. Sambo’s Holiday … No. 3. Russian Peasant Dance. No. 4. Danse Polonaise. No. 5. Cossack Patrol. No. 6. Cossack Revels. British Library
1884 Cockles and Mussels … Comic Song. (Written and composed by J. Yorkston, arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1884 Come down and open the Door, love. [Song.] Written by A. Sutherd, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1889 Cricket … Song, [words] by H. G. L. Mills. British Library
1890 Daffodil Schottische … Banjo solo, with pianoforte accompaniment,etc. British Library
1888-92 Daisy Polka. [P. F.] British Library
1890 Dance with me. Humorous song … Written composed … by L. Barrett Arranged by Edmund Forman. British Library
1890 De Dance ob de Bogie Man. Pas Seul,etc. [P. F.] British Library
1901 Dear old Bobs. March. - Founded on the … Song by H. Hunter and E. Forman. - [P. F.] British Library
1887 The Dear Old Stile. [Song.] Written & composed by J. H. Lester, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1900 Dear old Bobs. [Song.] Written by H. Hunter. British Library
1884 Down the Area … [Song.] Written by H. Hunter,etc. British Library
1888 The Drum Major. [Song.] Written by H. Hunter. Arranged by E. Forman. British Library
1891 The Echo Dance for pianoforte. British Library
1891 The "Echo" Duet … Written by H. Hunter. British Library
1886 England is England still. National Song, written & composed by J. B. Geoghegan. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1888 Enoch & Sons’ Drawing-Room Banjo Album of Popular Songs … Arranged by E. Forman. British Library
1898 The Fairest Flower on Earth. [Song.] Words by H. Hunter. British Library
1887 Forgive and forget. [Song.] Written & composed by J. H. Lester, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1885 Francis and Day’s 22 Banjo Songs for the five, six and seven stringed Banjos - English system - arranged … by E. Forman. British Library
1890-96 Francis and Day’s Banjo Gems [Arranged by E. Forman, W. Redmond, E. G. Husbaugh, C. Folkestone, W. Williams, etc. Banjo and P. F. Banjo duet.] British Library
1884 Gallant Captain Webb. [Song.] Written and composed by P. Stephens. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1887 The Girls and the Boys … [Song.] Written & composed by F. Mc. Glennon, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1892 Good-bye, Honey. Plantation song with banjo accompaniment. <Arranged for banjo by Edmund Forman.> Words and music by H. Harraden. British Library
1881 Happy with thee, love. [Song, begins: "Love that will bless".] Written by W. H. Jennings. British Library
1888-92 Hazel Dell. Mazurka. [P. F.] British Library
1885 He hasn’t got over it yet. [Song.] Written by J. S. Long, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1887 He talked in his Sleep. [Song.] Written and composed by H. Boden. Arranged by E. Forman. British Library
1885 He’ll be back by and bye … Ballad, etc. (Written and composed by F. Carlos. Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1891 Her Father’s Boot. [Song.] Written by H. Hunter,etc. British Library
1888 He’s a Rider … [Song.] Written and composed by A. West, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1889 He’s in the Asylum now. [Song.] Written and composed by F. Aylmer. Arranged by E. Forman. British Library
1890 Hextry special. Written & composed by E. Richardson, etc. <Song. Arranged by Edmund Forman.>. British Library
1887 Hip, hooray! for Temperance … [Song.] Written & composed by F. Mc. Glennon, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1886? The Hollyhock. Schottische. [Orchestral parts and P. F.] British Library
1880 c Hollyhock Schottische. [P. F.]
British Library
1897 How many Friends have you got? [Song.] Written by H. Hunter. British Library
1886 I am getting naughty, I am. [Song.] Written & composed by J. Tabrar, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1886 Uniform title [The Bohemian Girl.-i dreamt that I dwelt in Marble Halls ]
Title I dreamt that I dwelt on the top of St. Paul’s … Parody on Balfe’s … Song. Written by H. Hunter. [With banjo accompaniment arranged by E. Forman.]
British Library
1887 I forget. [Song.] Written & composed by F. Mc. Glennon, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1887 I haven’t told the Missis up to now. [Song.] Written and composed by C. Cornell, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.).
British Library
1894 I know a Gal dat lubs a Coon. [Song.] Written by H. Hunter,etc. British Library
1887 I was in it. [Song.] Written and composed by H. Cole. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1889 I was on it. [Song.] Written by W. Pink, arranged by E. Forman. British Library
1886 I’ll say no more to Mary Ann. [Song.] Written and composed by F. Gilbert,etc.(Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1884 I’m going to make other Arrangements. [Song.] Written & composed by H. Nicholls, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1887 I’m not it’s Father. [Song.] Written by H. Boden. Arranged by E. Forman, etc. British Library
1886 In a dark and dreary Sky. A Song … Written … [and composed] by G. W. Hunter. (Arranged by E. Forman.).
British Library
1891 In the old Time, Mary. [Song.] Written by H. Hunter. British Library
1888 The Irish Spree. [Song.] Written [and composed] by T. Browne, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1901 It’s little Things like these that make me hate him. <Song.> Written … by Johnny Danvers,etc. [With separate voice part.] British Library
1896 I’ve got the Ooperzootic. [Song.] Written by H. Hunter. British Library
1884 John the Masher. [Song.] Written and composed by M. Boyle. Arranged by E. Forman. British Library
1887 Johnny Bull’s Concert Hall. [Song.] Written [and] composed … by A. West, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1891 Jupiter. Grand March for pianoforte. British Library
1890 Kentucky Patrol … Banjo solo with pianoforte accompaniment,etc. British Library
1887 The Ladies. [Song.] Written & composed by A. West, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1884 Let go the Anchor, Boys. [Song.] Written & composed by J. Tabrar, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1901 The Lily of my Life, etc. <Song. Arranged by Edmund Forman.>.
British Library
1890 Loving Eyes. [Song.] Words by F. W. Pratt. British Library
1887 The Magpie said "Come in" … Banjo Song, written by H. Hunter,etc. British Library
1888 Many a Time … [Song.] Written & composed by A. West, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1884 The Marquis of Camberwell Green. [Song.] Written by H. Boden, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1890 Merry-go-round March … Banjo solo, with pianoforte accompaniment,etc. British Library
1885 Milly Clare. - Ballad, - written by H. Duffey, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
No date The Mohawk Minstrels’ tenth book of Nigger Dramas and Sketches / British Library
1887? Morley’s banjo tutor. British Library
1900 Mother and Child are doing well. [Song.] Words by H. Hunter. British Library
1893 Mother, I fear he is slain in the Battle. [Song.] Written by H. Hunter. British Library
1889 The National Banjo Tutor … edited and arranged by E. Forman. British Library
1889 The National Guitar Tutor … edited and arranged by E. Forman. British Library
1887 Near it. [Song.] Written composed and sung by A. Corney. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1886 Never Again. [Song.] Written [and] composed … by J. Weatherhead. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1890 Never to meet again … Written by Tom Brown, etc. <Song. Arranged by Edmund Forman.>. British Library
1897 Nobody knows the Words. [Song.] Written by H. Hunter. British Library
1884 Nobody knows what Trouble was there. [Song.] (Written and composed by G. W. Hunter and H. Bennett. Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1889 Obadiah and Maria. Duet, written by H. Hunter,etc. British Library
1884 Oh! I say! [Song.] Written & composed by G. Ware, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1886 Oh, she was such a beautiful Girl. [Song.] Written and composed by T. G. Robson. Arranged by E. Forman. British Library
1892 The Old Folks at Home [by S. C. Foster] … arranged as a Banjo Song, also as a Solo for the Banjo, with variations by E. Forman. British Library
1888 Old Maids & young Maids. [Song.] Composed by H. Wincott, written by H. Wincott & H. Wright, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1896 The Old "Strad". Song, with violin obligato, words by L. Lennox. British Library
1887 Only a Tramp. [Song.] Written [and] composed … by J. Weatherhead. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1889 Only to see that Face again. Comic Parody … written by G. W. Hunter and J. Curran, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1889 Our Village. [Song.] Written by W. Pink, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1889 Patrol comique. [P. F.] (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1890 Playmates. [Song.] Written and Composed by H. Dacre. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1890 Pong, pinga, pong. [Song.] Written by J. P. Harrington. (Arranged for Banjo (Mandoline) by E. Forman.). British Library
1890 Pop-Corn. Plantation Melody … Banjo Solo with pianoforte accompaniment,etc. British Library
1891 Pretty Kate Mahone. [Song.] Written by T. F. Robson. British Library
1888 Primrose Song … Written and composed by A. West. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1886 Prince Tiptoe. Song and Dance, words by H. Hunter, etc. (Adopted by E. Forman.). British Library
1887 Roylance’s Flute and Piccolo Tutor.
British Library
1884 Say you love me, Nellie. [Song.] Written & composed by J. B. Dickson, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1888 She stood behind the Parlor Door. [Song.] Written by W. Hastings, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1891 Sirens of the Sea. Ballad, with Mandoline Obligato. Written by L. Lennox. British Library
1888 The "Snip" that never returned. Parody … written by O. Allen, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1886 Solomon’s Proverbs, etc. [Song.] (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1888 Somerset & Co.’s banjo tutor. British Library
1890 The Song that reached my Heart. Parody, written by A. Seldon … Arranged by E. Forman. British Library
1903 Sousa’s Marches for the Pianoforte (Banjo with Pianoforte Accompt. arranged by E. Forman) (Violin or Mandoline with Pianoforte British Library
1885 Ta! ta! Tra, la, la, la! [Song.] Written … [and composed] by M. Boyle. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1902 Table Tennis Tournament. [P. F.] British Library
1902 Table Tennis Tournament. [P. F.] British Library
1887 The Tablet of Fame … [Song.] Written & composed by O. Stoll, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1887 The Taming of the Shrew. Comic Medley Duet, written by J. Cooke, Junr., and adapted to the melodies of the popular Songs of the British Library
1891 Telling Stories in the Firelight. [Song.] Written by H. Hunter. British Library
1901 Tennessee’s my Home. <Song.> Words by Harry Hunter. British Library
1889 That is Love. [Song.] Written & composed by F. Mc. Glennon, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1889 That’s when you feel all right. [Song.] Written … by W. Pink. Arranged by E. Forman, etc. British Library
1900 c There is a Tavern in the Town. <Banjo ditty.> With banjo and pianoforte accompaniments. By William H. Hills. <Arranged by Edmund Forman.>. British Library
1893 There we lay! Ill that day. Parody on "The Bay of Biscay," written by H. Hunter, arranged by E. Forman. British Library
1887 There’s no Parting. [Song.] Written and composed by J. Tighe, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1886 They ought to have a Muzzle on. [Song.] Written by H. Hunter,etc. British Library
1885 A Thousand a Year - and the Liver Complaint. [Song.] Written by H. Hunter,etc. British Library
1898 The Three Musketeers. March. [P. F.] British Library
1889 Time will show. Humorous Song, written & composed by C. J. Taylor, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1891 To-Day’s merry Lays … Banjo solo, with pianoforte accompaniment,etc. British Library
1898 Turner’s Eight Advanced Studies for the Banjo,etc. British Library
1898-1908 Turner’s Mandoline Journal, etc. British Library
1888 ’Twas only a drooping Primrose. Ballad, written & composed by C. Osborne, etc. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1887 The Two Janes. Comic Medley Duet. (Written [and composed] by F. Bowyer. Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1889 Two Johnnies in Love. Humorous Duet, written by H. Hunter,etc.
British Library
1886 Two lovely black Eyes! [Song.] Written … by C. Coborn. (Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library
1903 Uncle Eph’s Golden Wedding. [P. F.] British Library
1891 Up to Data, & Later. A medley of popular melodies for Banjo … arranged by E. Forman. British Library
1890 Up to Date,etc.[Song.] <Arranged by Edmund Forman.>. British Library
1897 Victoria’s Victory; or Sixty Years a Queen. [Song.] Written by H. Hunter,etc.
British Library
1894 We are the Sisters Gee-up. [Duet.] Written by H. Hunter,etc. British Library
1885 We don’t do that in our Days. [Song.] Written & composed by F. Gilbert,etc.(Arranged by E. Forman.). British Library

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