The True Friends Quadrille



Title: The True Friends Quadrille, Composed By: Stephen Glover, Published By: Robert Cocks & Co., Location: London, Year: 1864

Stephen Glover (1813–1870), was a composer and teacher. Glover was brother to Charles William Glover. He was born in London in 1813, and became a popular composer of songs, ballads, and duets. The Monks of Old (1842), What are the Wild Waves Saying (1850), Excelsior, and Songs from the Holy Scriptures illustrate the range and taste of the fourteen or fifteen hundred compositions Glover presented to the public from 1847 until his death, on December 7, 1870, at the age of 57.

Robert Cocks & Co. was a London-based music publisher founded in 1823 by Robert Cocks (12 October 1797 Norfolk, England – 7 April 1887 London). The catalog of publications, before Robert Cocks died, is said to have exceeded sixteen thousand, and included many important treatises. When Cocks died, he was believed to be the oldest music publisher in the world.