Marzials, Theophilus



Composer of vocal music and poet; born at Brussels. Was a pupil of Malcolm Leonard Lawson in London and later studied in Paris and Milan. Since 1870 he has superintended the musical department of the Library of the British Museum. He is a barytone singer of some merit. Among his compositions are the songs May Music, The Miller and the Maid, Ask Nothing More, When My Jim Comes Home, The Garland, Twickenham Ferry, and Three Sailor Boys.