1842–1900
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May 13, 1842, Bol­well Ter­race, Lam­beth, Eng­land.

No­vem­ber 22, 1900, Lon­don, Eng­land.

Cha­pel of the Most Ex­cel­lent Or­der of the Bri­tish Em­pire, St. Paul’s Ca­thed­ral, Lon­don.

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Arthur was the son of Tho­mas Sul­li­van and Ma­ry Cle­men­ti­na Cogh­lan.

In addition to hymn tunes, he wrote a great deal of popular music, partnered with William Gil­bert. His works in­clude:

  1. All This Night Bright Angels Sing
  2. Angel Voices
  3. Aparecida
  4. Audite Audientes Me
  5. Bishopgarth
  6. Bohemia
  7. Bolwell
  8. Carrow
  9. Clyde
  10. Cœna Domini
  11. Constance
  12. Courage
  13. Evelyn
  14. Ever Faithful
  15. Falfield
  16. Fortunatus
  17. Hampden-Sidney
  18. Hanford
  19. Homeland
  20. Lacrymæ
  21. Litany No. 1
  22. Lost Chord, The
  23. Lux Eoi
  24. Lux Mundi
  25. Marlborough
  26. Mary Magdalene
  27. Mount Zion
  28. Nearer Home
  29. Noel
  30. Propior Deo
  31. Resurrexit
  32. Samuel
  33. St. Edmund
  34. St. Francis
  35. St. Gertrude
  36. St. Kevin
  37. St. Nathaniel
  38. St. Patrick
  39. St. Theresa
  40. Trondheim
  41. Ultor Omnipotens
  42. Valete