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According to the Internet source given below, Ivan Caryll [Felix Tilken] was a Belgian composer of light music and musical comedies. He studied at the Liége Conservatoire before moving to Paris and then to London in 1882. He was musical director at the Gaiety Theatre and the Lyric Theatre where he conducted Gilbert & Cellier's The Mountebanks in 1892. His best known works include Little Christopher Columbus, The Shop Girl, The Duchess of Dantzic, The Earl and the Girl, The Pink Lady, The Toreador, The Orchid, Our Miss Gibbs, and Oh! Oh! Delphine.
His Ragtime Temple Bells (1914) is of special interest to ragtime enthusiasts.
List of Ivan Caryll's works.
Further sheet music at DBE: ON HOLD
Ivan Caryll (cond., 1899) , brief biography by the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company
Ragtime Music CDs:
Various Artists on "Real Ragtime" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)