Owen E. Sutton  (1854-1906)
Last updated: 30.01.21
According to the Internet sources given below, Owen E. Sutton was an American cornetist, band leader and composer born in Naples, New York.
Of ragtime interest is his The Darktown Swell (1899) published by J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
Owen E. Sutton died in Buffalo. Movingly at his dying request, his half-sister Mrs. Pierce played his self-published final composition Solitaire (1905) at his funeral. in Naples, New York.He was the father of Harry O. Sutton.
Gratitude is given to surfer Arne Jansson of Stockholm, Sweden who in April 2019 kindly provided the link to Sue Attala'a amazing website shown below. Thanks a million Arne!
Websites:
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Owen E. Sutton  (1854-1906) has at least 1 item(s) at the Amazons which you can order on-line by clicking the item's order icon.

Solitaire An Autumn Reverie
By: Owen E. Sutton.
Publisher: O. E. Sutton
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Printed: 1905. Sheet Music 5 pages.
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 15 works by Owen E. Sutton (1854-1906). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located.
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
Firemen's Parade March 1882  wvicon.gif
Silver Star Polka 1888c
Smuggler, The 1889c
Trolley Polka 1896
Electric Wave March, The 1897  wvicon.gif
Battleship March, The 1898  wvicon.gif
Young America 1898  wvicon.gif
Our Favorite 1898
Darktown Swell, The 1899  wvicon.gif
Salute to Sam Johnson 1899  wvicon.gif youtube15.jpg
Magnolia 1900
Colonel Henry's March 1902
Newsboys March, The 1904  wvicon.gif
Roosevelt and Fairbanks Campaign March 1904
Solitaire 1905  amazon15.gif wvicon.gif
     Title Dur Performer Score/Song
         
youtube15.jpg Salute to Sam Johnson (1899 - Cake Walk piano) 2:04 Ragtime Dorian Henry