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Edward Teschemacher
Also known as Edward Frederick Lockton
Born 1876
Died 1940 (aged 63–64)
Occupation(s) lyricist
translator
arranger
composer
librettist
Years active ~1900–1939

Edward Teschemacher (1876–1940), also known as Edward Frederick Lockton,[citation needed] was an American lyricist, translator, arranger, librettist, and popular music composer responsible for writing and co-writing a number of well-known pieces, including "Because" (1902) and co-writing "I'll Walk Beside You" (1939). Teschemacher wrote much of his lyrics for popular music between 1900 and the late 1920s. His work as a translator includes translating "Mattinata" from Italian to English in 1904, translating a series of folksongs from Norwegian and Danish to English in 1906, and translating the "Mariae Wiegenlied" (The Virgin's Slumber Song) from its native German to English in 1917.[1]

Lyrical works published as Edward Teschemacher[edit]

  • "Farewell to Summer" – 1900[2]
  • "Because" – 1902
  • "The Little Irish Girl" – 1903[3]
  • "I Know a Lovely Garden" – 1903[4]
  • "Mattinata" – 1904 (translated from Italian)[5]
  • "Songs of the Norseland" – 1906(a collection of Danish and Norwegian folk songs translated by Teschemacher, with music by Hermann Löhr)[6]
  • "Tommy Lad!" – 1907[7]
  • "Romany Songs" – 1909 (a collection of songs with music by Hermann Löhr and lyrics by Teschemacher and Arthur Cleveland)[8]
  • "Until" – 1910[9]
  • "Where My Caravan Has Rested" – 1910[10]
  • "Your Heart Will Call Me Home" – 1912[11]
  • "Sweetest Rose That Ever Bloomed" – 1912[12]
  • "What Would the Roses Say?" – 1912[13]
  • "The Bells of Burmali" (from Songs of the Orient) – 1912[14]
  • "Eyes That Used to Gaze in Mine" – 1912[15]
  • "Those Sad Blue Eyes" – 1912[16]
  • "The Voyagers" – 1912[17]
  • "The Call of the Homeland" – 1912[18]
  • "Life and Love" – 1912[19]
  • "Lily of My Heart" – 1912[20]
  • "Rose of Mine" – 1912[21]
  • "The Clasp of a Hand" – 1912[22]
  • "I Looked Into Your Heart" – 1912[23]
  • "Absence" – 1912[24]
  • "The Dawn" – 1912[25]
  • "The Little Shawl of Blue" – 1913[26]
  • "Trusting Eyes" – 1913[27]
  • "Shipmates O' Mine" – 1913[28]
  • "Serenade Espagnole" – 1914[29]
  • "Night and Dawn" – 1914[30]
  • "I Wonder If Love Is a Dream" – 1914[31]
  • "Stars That Light My Garden" – 1915[32]
  • "Go For A Soldier" – 1915[33]
  • "Golden Bird" – 1915[34]
  • "Out of the Silence" – 1915[35]
  • "Come and See the Roses" – 1915[36]
  • "Those Eyes of Blue" – 1915[37]
  • "The Blackbird Sings to You" – 1915[38]
  • "Fairies from the Moon" – 1915[39]
  • "O Flower Divine" – 1915[40]
  • "Love's Silent Song" – 1915[41]
  • "Oh May My Dreams Come True" – 1915[42]
  • "Your Voice" – 1915[43]
  • "Come to Me, Morna" – 1915[44]
  • "God's Beautiful Valley" – 1915[45]
  • "This Rose of Mine" – 1915[46]
  • "Dear Little Girl Named You" – 1915[47]
  • "Fairlie/Mable Browning" – 1915 (words by Teschemacher and E.W. Anderson)[48]
  • "Golden Bird" – 1915[49]
  • "Secret of My Heart" – 1915[50]
  • "Calling Me Home to You" – 1916
  • "No Voice but Yours" – 1916[51]
  • "The Garden of Your Heart" – 1917[52]
  • "Garden of Summer" – 1920[53]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Edward Teschemacher (translator)". Database of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library. 
  2. ^ Morgan, William (21 April 1900). "The Freemason's Chronicle" (Vol. 51, No. 1319). London: W. W. Morgan, 23 Great Queen Street, W.C., 1882 . 0. Retrieved 9 June 2015. 
  3. ^ "1903, English, Printed music edition:". Trove. National Library of Australia. Retrieved 9 June 2015. 
  4. ^ Teschemacher, Edward; D'Hardelot, Guy (1903). I know a Lovely Garden (sheet music). New York, London, Syndney, Paris: Chappel & Co., Inc. p. 1. 
  5. ^ Teschemacher, Edward; Leoncavallo, Ruggiero (1904). 'Tis the Day (Mattinata) (sheet music). United Kingdom: The Gramophone Company. p. 1. 
  6. ^ Teschemacher, Edward; Löhr, Hermann (1906). Songs of the Norseland (sheet music). 41 E. #4th St., New York: Chappell & Co., LTD. p. 1. 
  7. ^ Teschemacher, Edward; Margetson, E.J. (1907). Tommy, Lad! (sheet music). 295 Regent Street, London: Boosey & Co. p. 1. 
  8. ^ Teschemacher, Edward; Löhr, Hermann; Cleveland, Arthur (1909). Romany Songs (sheet music). 41 E. 34th St., New York: Chappell & Co., LTD. p. 25. 
  9. ^ Teschemacher, Edward; Sanderson, Wilfrid (1910). Until (sheet music). 295 Regent Street, London: Boosey & Co. p. 1. 
  10. ^ "Where My Caravan has Rested (Lohr, Hermann Frederic)". International Music Score Library Project. Retrieved 9 June 2015. 
  11. ^ "Your heart will call me home [music] / words by Ed. Teschemacher ; music by Arthur F. Tate". National Library of Australia Catalogue. National Library of Australia. Retrieved 9 June 2015. 
  12. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: 1912. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1912. p. 754. Retrieved 9 June 2015. 
  13. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: 1912. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1912. p. 770. 
  14. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: 1912. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1912. p. 792. 
  15. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: 1912. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1912. p. 809. 
  16. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: 1912. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1912. p. 888. 
  17. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: 1912. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1912. p. 889. 
  18. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: 1912. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1912. p. 796. 
  19. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: 1912. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1912. p. 958. 
  20. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: 1912. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1912. p. 958. 
  21. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: 1912. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1912. p. 983. 
  22. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: 1912. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1912. p. 1155. 
  23. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: 1912. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1912. p. 1194. 
  24. ^ "Edward Teschemacher (lyricist)". Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library. Retrieved 9 June 2015. 
  25. ^ "Edward Teschemacher (lyricist)". Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library. Retrieved 9 June 2015. 
  26. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries: Part 3 Musical Compositions. Washington Government Printing Office. 1913. p. 448. Retrieved 9 June 2015. 
  27. ^ "Trusting Eyes. Song, with Violin accompaniment, ad lib., words by E. Teschemacher. [In B♭, C and D♭.]". World Cat. Retrieved 9 June 2015. 
  28. ^ "Cylinder 7883". Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project. UC Santa Barbara Library. Retrieved 9 June 2015. 
  29. ^ "Serenade espagnole". Library of Congress. Retrieved 9 June 2015. 
  30. ^ "Edward Teschemacher (lyricist)". Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library. Retrieved 9 June 2015. 
  31. ^ Teschemacher, Edward; Forster, Dorothy (1914). I wonder if love is a dream (sheet music). 41 E. 34th St., New York: Chappell & Co., LTD. p. 1. 
  32. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: First Half of 1915. Stanford University: Washington Government Printing Office. March 22, 1915. p. 134. Retrieved 9 June 2015. 
  33. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: First Half of 1915. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1915. p. 83. 
  34. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: First Half of 1915. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1915. p. 83. 
  35. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: First Half of 1915. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1915. p. 106. 
  36. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: First Half of 1915. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1915. p. 145. 
  37. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: First Half of 1915. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1915. p. 197. 
  38. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: First Half of 1915. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1915. p. 223. 
  39. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: First Half of 1915. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1915. p. 133. 
  40. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: First Half of 1915. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1915. p. 134. 
  41. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: First Half of 1915. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1915. p. 171. 
  42. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: First Half of 1915. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1915. p. 589. 
  43. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: First Half of 1915. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1915. p. 621. 
  44. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: First Half of 1915. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1915. p. 327. 
  45. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: First Half of 1915. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1915. p. 343. 
  46. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: First Half of 1915. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1915. p. 513. 
  47. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: First Half of 1915. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1915. p. 550. 
  48. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: First Half of 1915. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1915. p. 557. 
  49. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: First Half of 1915. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1915. p. 560. 
  50. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions: First Half of 1915. Washington, DC: Washington Government Printing Office. 1915. p. 600. 
  51. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions, Volume 11, Part 2: Last Half of 1916. Washington Government Printing Office. 1916. p. 1032. Retrieved 9 June 2015. 
  52. ^ Catalogue of Copyright Entries; Part 3: Musical Compositions, Volume 12, Part 2: Last Half of 1917. Stanford University: Washington Government Printing Office. 1917. p. 1005. Retrieved 9 June 2015. 
  53. ^ Teschemacher, Edward; Forster, Dororthy (1920). Garden of Summer (sheet music). Cleveland, Ohio: Sam Fox Publishing Co. p. 3. 

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