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Hugh Macdonald

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Joseph Kerman, Alan Tyson and Scott G. Burnham

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Hugh Macdonald

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Joseph Kerman, Alan Tyson and Scott G. Burnham

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Hugh Macdonald

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Joseph Kerman, Alan Tyson and Scott G. Burnham

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Hugh Macdonald

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Hugh Macdonald

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Joseph Kerman, Alan Tyson and Scott G. Burnham

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Hugh Macdonald

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See Berlioz, (Louis-)Hector

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Joseph Kerman, Alan Tyson and Scott G. Burnham

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Joseph Kerman, Alan Tyson and Scott G. Burnham

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Joseph Kerman, Alan Tyson and Scott G. Burnham

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Martha Furman Schleifer

(b Philadelphia, PA, July 19, 1843; d Philadelphia, PA, 1918). American pianist, singer, educator, and composer. He studied music with his father Thomas à Becket Sr. (b 17 March 1808; d 6 Jan 1890) and in Philadelphia public schools. The father, a music teacher, actor and composer, wrote ...

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Philip Gossett

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John R. Gardner

( b London, 1817; d London, Dec 11, 1863). English composer . She was the eldest daughter of Joseph Glossop, a friend of George IV; she married Gilbert Abbott A’Beckett, a magistrate and humorous writer. Apart from a dozen songs and two waltzes for piano, A’Beckett composed three operas: ...

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Giovanni Carli Ballola and Roberta Montemorra Marvin

(b Alessandria, March 20, 1851; d Alessandria, May 2, 1894). Italian organist and composer. He began his musical studies with his stepfather, Pietro Cornaglia. From 1868 to 1871 he attended the Milan Conservatory, studying the piano with Antonio Angeleri and composition with Lauro Rossi and Mazzucato. His graduation exercise, the cantata ...

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Elizabeth Forbes

(b Genoa, 1821; d Milan, 1896). Italian mezzo-soprano . She studied with her father, the composer and teacher Natale Abbadia, making her début in 1836 at Sassari. In Vienna she sang Corilla in Donizetti’s Le convenienze ed inconvenienze teatrali (1840). At La Scala she created Giulietta in Verdi’s ...

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W.H. Husk and Marc Leroy

(b Whilton, Northants., England, Dec 22, 1785; d Versailles, France, Feb 19, 1859). English organ builder. The son of a local joiner, he first learnt his father’s trade. Against family wishes he was apprenticed to the organ builders James and David Davis and in ...