Reginald A.A. Stoneham (1879-1942)
Last updated: 18.12.23
According to the Internet source given below, Reginald Alberto Agrati Stoneham was an Australian composer and publisher, born in Carlton, Victoria, of mostly topical songs, and a musical comedy F.F.F. He was perhaps Australia's leading exponent of jazz and ragtime piano styles in the first decades of the 20th century as both composer and performer. He was also a popular accompanist and recording artist. Of ragtime interest is his The Tango Rag (1914) published by Chapman's Music & Musical Instrument Stores, Australia.
He used his middle names, Alberto Agrati, as a pseudonym for three of his compositions.
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This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 78 works by Reginald Alberto Agrati Stoneham (1879-1942). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: ER (w&m)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Ragging the Keel Row 19--?  wvicon.gif
Sun-Raysed Waltz, The 19--?  wvicon.gif
King of the Night (w&m) 191-  wvicon.gif
To Hear Your Voice (w&m) 191-  wvicon.gif
While the Band Plays Home Sweet Home (w&m) 191-  Pub.
Attack on Zeebrugge, The (w&m) 191-?  Pub.
Dreamy Eyes 191-?  Pub.
Garden of Rosy Dreams (w&m) 191-?  Pub.
Kewpie's Parade 191-?  Pub.
L. S. D (w&m) 191-?  Pub.
Lucky Horseshoe, The 191-?  Pub.
My Gramophone Girl (w&m) 191-?  Pub.
On the Cocos Coast (w&m) 191-?  wvicon.gif
Posy, A 191-? Ellen Deane (words)  wvicon.gif
Rainbow Isle, The 191-?  Pub.
Tantalizing Eyes 191-?  Pub.
What Might Have Been (w&m) 191-?  Pub.
When I Get You 191-?  Pub.
Drover, The (w&m) 1912  wvicon.gif
King of the Air (w&m) 1913  Pub.
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Distant Memories Waltz 1914  wvicon.gif
For God and St. George (w&m) 1914  wvicon.gif
Tango Rag, The 1914  Pub.
Hesitation Valse-Tango, The 1914 c. as Alberto Agrati  Pub.
Good-Bye Mary, Jane, & Lou (w&m) 1915  wvicon.gif
That Was a Perfect Night (w&m) 1915  wvicon.gif
Treasure, The (w&m) 1915  Pub.
Frivolina 1916  wvicon.gif
Heroes of the Dardanelles 1916  Pub.
Khaki Coat, The 1916 Sylvia Lyttle (words)  wvicon.gif
Rose and You, A (w&m) 1916  Pub.
Bells of Peace, The 1917  Pub.
Home and You (w&m) 1917  Pub.
I'm Going Back Home 1917  Pub.
Demon of the Deep, The (w&m) 1918  Pub.
When the Boys in Blue Come Home Again 1918  Pub.
Why Did You Want to Make Me Love You 1918  Pub.
Back Home (w&m) 1918?  wvicon.gif
Peace and Glory 1919  Pub.
Dear Little Sister of Mine 192-?  Pub.
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Deva Jazz 192-?  wvicon.gif
Fitz-Fitz-Fitz-William 192-?  wvicon.gif
Home Fireside 192-?  Pub.
I've Got a Motor-Bike Waiting For You (w&m) 192-? as Alberto Agrati  Pub.
In the Firelight's Glow 192-? C.J. De Garis (words)  Pub.
Little Pal 192-? Reuben H. Healey (words)  wvicon.gif
Love 192-?  Pub.
Magic Call Coo-Ee, The 192-?  Pub.
Mists of Yesterday, The (w&m) 192-?  wvicon.gif
My Mexico 192-?  wvicon.gif
My Ragtime Drummer Boy 192-?  Pub.
Proposing Song 192-?  Pub.
Riddle of F.F.F., The 192-? by Reg. A.A. Stoneham & C.J. DeGaris1 (co-author)  Pub.
Soli Mio Dazzle 192-?  Pub.
There Is a Memory (w&m) 192-?  Pub.
Thrills and Kisses (w&m) 192-?  wvicon.gif
Waikiki Moon (w&m) 192-?  Pub.
You Ragged Your Way Into My Heart 192-?  Pub.
Jazzin' the Blues 1921  Pub.
My Own Land 1921 Hilda Carroll (words)  wvicon.gif
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Sleepy Seas 1921 by Reginald A.A. Stoneham1 (co-author)  wvicon.gif
Murray Moon, The 1922  Pub.
Then We'll Rag the Keel Row (w&m) 1922  wvicon.gif audiomidi15.gif
Those Foolish Wives 1922  wvicon.gif
Wabash Moon, The (w&m) 1922  Pub.
Coral Isles 1923  Pub.
Golden Dreams 1924  Pub.
Tintex Girl, The (w&m) 1924  wvicon.gif
Home to Ballaarat (w&m) 1927  Pub.
Pendulum, The (w&m) 1927
Princess Betty's Lullaby (w&m) 1927  Pub.
Back to Charlton 1928 Will. A. Bevan (words)  Pub.
Lolita (w&m) 1928  Pub.
Viceroy Tea Waltz, The 192? as Alberto Agrati  wvicon.gif
Mellow Mersey Moon, The 1930  Pub.
Albury 1932  wvicon.gif
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