Historical Publication Info
James Power, (ca 1766-1834) from Galway, Ireland, started a musical instrument shop and publishing business with his brother William in Dublin in the 1790s. After his success with Moore's Irish Melodies, James moved to London in 1807, operating as a military instrument maker, music seller and publisher. Upon James' death in 1836, his widow continued the business for two more years.
Imprints, Addresses, Agencies
- J. Power
- Power & Co.
- W. Power
- W. Power & Co.
- 36 Tighe Street (1797–c.1802)
- 4 Westmoreland Street (1802–07) (1807-1831 as W. Power, succeeded by Marcus Moses)
- 34 The Strand London (1807-34)
- 3 Burlington Arcade
|| T.F. Walmisley
- See: Scores published by J. Power
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