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Schradieck, Henry [Carl Franz Henry]

also:

 Schradiek, Henry [Carl Franz Henry]   (Source: 2)

violin, teacher, educator, musician, conductor, Geiger


born: 29 Apr 1846 Hamburg, Germany Source: 1  

died: 25 Mar 1918 Brooklyn, New York / state, USA Source: 1  

The Music Sack has 20 items with information about Henry [Carl Franz Henry] Schradieck:


 1986

Sadie, Stanley
Hitchcock, H. Wiley
The new Grove dictionary of American music
edited by H. Wiley Hitchcock and Stanley Sadie
New York, N.Y. : Grove's Dictionaries of Music, 1986. 4 v.

Number of People : 3,993


 1980 Source: 1

Sadie, Stanley
The new Grove dictionary of music and musicians
London: Macmillan, 1980

Number of People : 20,506


 1974

Claghorn, Charles Eugene
Biographical dictionary of American music
West Nyack, N.Y.: Parker Pub. Co., 1974, 491 p.

Number of People : 3,156


 1951

Moberg, Carl-Allan
Sundstrom, Einar
Sohlman's musiklexikon : nordiskt och allmant upplagsverk for tonkonst, musikliv och dans
Redaktion: Gosta Morin, Carl Allan Moberg [och] Einar Sundstrom
Stockholm: Sohlman Forlag, [1951-]

Number of People : 8,662


 1943

Orchester-Verzeichnis

p. 241 In:
Nosselt, Hans-Joachim
Das Gewandhausorchester : Entstehung und Entwicklung eines Orchesters
Leipzig: Koehler & Amelelang, 1943, 286 p.

Number of People : 497


 1943

Orchester Verzeichnis

p. 241-256 In:
Nosselt, Hans-Joachim
Das Gewandhausorchester : Entstehung und Entwicklung eines Orchesters
Leipzig: Koehler & Amelelang, 1943, 286 p.

Number of People : 15


 1942 Source: 2

Composers and educators resident in Ohio for a time

p. 219 In:
Osburn, Mary (Hubbell)
Ohio composers and musical authors
Columbus, Ohio: F. H. Heer Print Co., 1942, 238 p.

Number of People : 62


 1941

Bio-bibliographical index of musicians in the United States of America since colonial times
Prepared by the District of Columbia Historical Records Survey Division of Community Service Programs Works project Administration
Washington, DC: 1941, 439 p.

Number of People : 10,576


 1940

Baker, Theodore
Baker's biographical dictionary of musicians
Fourth edition revised and enlarged
New York: G. Schirmer, 1940

Number of People : 6,835


 1937

Schmidl, Carlo
Dizionario universale dei musicisti
Milan: Sonzogno, 1937, 2V p.

Number of People : 11,317


 1936

Frank, Paul
Altmann, Wilhelm
Kurzgefasstes Tonkunstler Lexikon : fur Musiker und Freunde der Musik
Begrundet von Paul Frank
Neu bearbeitet und erganzt von Wilhelm Altmann
Regensburg: Gustave Bosse, 1936, 730 p.

Number of People : 17,230


 1920

Boyd, Charles N.
Pratt, Waldo Selden
Grove's dictionary of music and musicians. American supplement ...
Edited by Waldo S. Pratt. Associate editor: Charles N. Boyd.
New York: 1920

Number of People : 1,335


 1919

Remy, Alfred
Baker, Theodore
Baker's biographical dictionary of musicians
Third edition
Revised and enlarged by Alfred Remy, M.A.
New York: G. Schirmer, 1919, 1094 p.

Number of People : 7,067


 1918

Saerchinger, Cesar
International who's who in music and musical gazetteer
Edited by Cesar Saerchinger
New York: Current Literature Pub. Co., 1918, 841 p.

Number of People : 5,340


 1911

Baltzell, Winton J.
Baltzell's dictionary of musicians ...
Boston, MA: 1911

Number of People : 748


 1908

Who's who in America.
A biographical dictionary of notable living men and women of the United States.1908-1909 ...
Chicago: 1908-09

Number of People : 387


 1900

Baker, Theodore
Biographical dictionary of musicians
Compiled and edited by Theodore Baker, Ph.D.
New York: G. Schirmer, 1900, 653 p.

Number of People : 5,682

More Details : (1 Section)


 1895

Clarke, A. Mason
A biographical dictionary of fiddlers, including performers on the violoncello and double bass. Containing a sketch of their artistic career. Together with notes of their compositions.
London: Wm. Reeves, 1895, 360 p.

Number of People : 519


 1893

Ehrlich, A.
Beruhmte Geiger der Vergangenheit und Gegenwart
Leipzig: A. H. Payne, 1893

Number of People : 89


 1890

Sittard, Josef
Geschichte des Musik- und Concertwesens in Hamburg. Vom 14. Jahrhundert bis auf die Gegenwart
Altona: A. C. Rehor, 1890, 392 p.

Number of People : 271


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