Godfrey, Arthur Eugene


Composer and conductor; son of Charles Godfrey, jr.; was a choir-boy at St. Paul's, and in 1883 entered the Royal Academy of Music, where he remained for six years, becoming an associate. His compositions include songs, a string quartet, much incidental music to plays, etc., and show much talent. Little Miss Nobody, a musical comedy, had a run of more than six months at the Lyric Theatre in the season of 1898-1899. He is also a good accompanist.