Albert Ketelbey was an English composer, conductor and pianist, perhaps best known for his short pieces of light orchestral music, particularly “In a Monastery Garden “. He was born in 1875 in Birmingham and moved to London in 1889 to study at Trinity College of Music, where he later became a tutor. In 1906 he married Charlotte (Lottie) Rachael Alexandra Siegenberg (1871-1947) in 1906 when he was 31. Lottie was aunt to Sir Clifford Curzon (né Siegenberg) the pianist. In 1914 they moved to 57 Springfield Road, St John’s Wood where they lived until 1921 when they moved to Frognal. Lottie died when Ketelbey was 71 and the next year, 1948, he then married Mabel Maude Pritchett (1904-1980). He died in 1959, leaving £26,492.