Amanda Aldridge composed many chartbuster love songs, suites, sambas, and light orchestral pieces under the pseudonym of Montague Ring.  

Amanda Aldridge died on 9 March 1956 at the age of 89 years in London due to a brief illness.  

Amanda Aldridge is a popular British opera singer, Composer, and teacher. Google Doodle Celebrated Amanda Aldridge.  

Amanda Aldridge was born on 10 March 1866, in Upper Norwood, London, England, United Kingdom. Amanda Aldridge's age is 89 years as of 1956.

Amanda Aldridge sang, and composed many chartbuster songs such as "ALiAssyrian Love Song," "Azalea," "Blue Days of June," "The Bride," "The Fickle Songster," "Little Brown Messenger," 

Amanda Aldridge completed her music studies at the Royal College of Music in London and harmony and counterpoint with Frederick Bridge and Francis Edward Gladstone. 

Little Brown Messenger," "Little Missie Cakewalk," "Little Rose in My Hair," "Love's Golden Day," "Miss Magnolia Brown," "My Dreamy, Creamy, Coloured Girl,".  

Amanda Aldridge was born on 10 March 1866, in Upper Norwood, London, England, United Kingdom, and in 1956 her age was 89 years. Amanda Aldridge was born to her father Ira Aldridge and to her mother Amanda von Brandt.  

On June 17, 1956, Google Doodle Celebrated Amanda Aldridge. she started her singing career at a very young age