Harry Dacre’s Death – What Happened?

Harry Dacre Death

The songwriter Harry Dacre passed away at age 64, respectable.

Biography - A Short Wiki

Songwriter most well known for his composition “Daisy Bell,” which was written in 1892. He also wrote several other successful songs, including “I Can’t Think of Nuthin’ Else But You, Lulu” and “I’ll Be Your Sweetheart.”

In his first two years as a songwriter, he claimed to have written over 600 songs before finding success.

Frustrated by the pirating of sheet music, he withdrew from the music business for many years. He returned after the 1906 Music Copyright Act.

How did Harry Dacre die?

Unknown caused Harry Dacre's death in 1922.

Information about the death of Harry Dacre
Cause of deathUnknown
Age of death64 years
ProfessionSongwriter
BirthdaySeptember 1, 1857
Death dateJuly 16, 1922
Place of deathMarylebone, London, United Kingdom
Place of burialN/A