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Paula Morgan and Israel J. Katz

(b New York, Aug 8, 1905; d Washington, CT, Sept 19, 1994). American musicologist and music librarian. He took the BA and MA at Harvard University (1927 and 1928), and was also music critic for the Boston Transcript (1927–8). In ...

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Anthony Hicks

(b London, July 22, 1881; d Bromley, Kent, Nov 20, 1972). English musical librarian and bibliographer. His early education at Woolwich High School was supplemented with private violin and piano lessons. In 1898 he entered the Civil Service, serving first in the Inland Revenue and later in the Scottish Education Office. On ...

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Paula Morgan

(b New York, Jan 7, 1935; d New York, March 4, 2008). American music librarian . She graduated from Smith College (BA 1956) and attended Columbia University, where she studied musicology and library science (MA 1958, MLS 1967, MPhil 1975). She had a long and distinguished career at the New York Public Library, joining the staff in ...

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Jon Newsom and H. Wiley Hitchcock

(b Lafayette [now part of Jersey City], NJ, Oct 6, 1873; d New York, Oct 30, 1928). American musicologist, librarian, editor and composer. As a boy he was sent to Germany to study; he was a piano pupil of James Kwast (1883–93...

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Paula Morgan

(b New York, July 18, 1904; d Washington DC, May 9, 1977). American music librarian and administrator. At New York University he took the BA in 1923 and the MA in 1924. He later studied at the University of Berlin, where he received the PhD in ...

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Alec Hyatt King

(b London, Oct 16, 1855; d London, Jan 13, 1927). English musicologist and librarian. Educated privately and in Frankfurt, Squire entered Pembroke College, Cambridge, in 1875 to read history and graduated with third-class honours in 1879. He entered a firm of solicitors but soon his interest in music, stimulated at Cambridge by his close friendship with Stanford, led him away from the law; his first musical writings were as a contributor to the early parts of the first edition of ...

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Paula Morgan and John Wagstaff

(b Los Angeles, CA, Feb 10, 1922; d Norwall, CA, Jan 9, 1982). American music librarian and archivist. She attended Los Angeles City College, then UCLA (BA 1943, MA 1944), where she studied with and was teaching assistant to Arnold Schoenberg, and Black Mountain College (...

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Hans Radke

(b Amsterdam, 13–21 Aug 1621; d Leiden, bur. Oct 8, 1653). Dutch lawyer . His father was Anthony Thijs, a merchant in Amsterdam. Thysius enrolled at the University of Leiden on 13 August 1635 and read philology and law. Between 1646 and 1648 he travelled in France and England to further his studies. Returning to Leiden he registered again on ...

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M. Elizabeth C. Bartlet

(b Oudenaarde, Dec 3, 1826; d Oudenaarde, Nov 25, 1895). Belgian musicologist, critic and librarian . After studying classics in Aalst and philosophy at the University of Ghent, he returned to Oudenaarde, where he directed several opera performances and began his research into local archives. In ...

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Mark McKnight

(b Pasadena, CA). American librarian. She received the BA (1964) in English literature at Holy Names University, Oakland, California with additional study at San Francisco State University and University of Florence. Following a tour of duty in Nigeria as a Peace Corps volunteer (...

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Daniel Zager

(b Los Angeles, CA, May 12, 1916; d Pittsford, NY, Feb 26, 2005). American music librarian. She studied at the University of Southern California (BM in piano 1937, BA in English 1939, MA in English 1941, MM in musicology 1942) and at the University of Rochester (PhD in musicology ...

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Paula Morgan

(b Leavenworth, KS, July 23, 1906; d Mitchellville, MD, July 27, 1991). American music librarian and musicologist . He was educated at the Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester, where he received the BMus in 1927 and the MMus in 1928...

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Mark McKnight

(b Ridgway, PA, Dec 3, 1941). American music librarian. She studied organ at North Park College, Chicago (BM 1965) and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (MM 1967), and received her graduate degree in library science from Rosary College in River Forest, Illinois (MALS ...

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J. Bradford Young

(b Newark, NJ, June 29, 1953). American music librarian and administrator. He attended the University of Pennsylvania (BA in English, 1975), Rutgers University (MLS, 1976), and the Ohio State University (MA in Education, 1981). He began working for the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) in ...

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Marie McCarthy

(b Alton, IL, Oct 16, 1938). American music educator, scholar, librarian and archivist. He obtained degrees in music education from the University of Michigan (BM 1960, MM 1964, PhD 1973). He was hired by the University of Maryland, College Park in 1968...

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Paula Morgan

(b Washington, DC, Nov 3, 1932; d New York, April 28, 1988). American music librarian and bibliographer. After attending Pomona College (BA 1954), he studied at the University of California, Berkeley (MLS 1957) and at Princeton University (MFA 1960). He was music librarian at the University of Illinois from ...

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Mark McKnight

(b Lakehurst, NJ, Nov 3, 1951). American music librarian. He studied music history and literature at McGill University, Montreal, Quebec (BMus 1974) and received graduate degrees in library science from Emory University (MLS 1976) and in music history and literature from Southern Illinois University (MMus ...

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Jim Farrington

(b Wisconsin Rapids, WI, May 9, 1951). American music librarian and musicologist. He studied music at the University of Wisconsin–Madison (BM 1973, MA 1974) and musicology at the University of Minnesota (MA 1977, PhD 1985), then served as music librarian and assistant professor of music at Pennsylvania State University (...