Orth, Lizette Emma
/ Mrs. (Source: 1)
|born: 06 Jul 1858
||Milford, New Hampshire / state, USA
|died: 14 Sep 1913
||Boston, Massachusetts / state, USA
Cohen, Aaron I.
International encyclopedia of women composers : classical and serious music
New York: R. R. Bowker, 1981, 597 p.
Number of People : 3,480
Teil II: Komponisten
Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1977
Number of People : 9,633
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
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.
Number of People : 1,335
A study of the music of this country, and of its future, with biographies of the leading composers of the present time
Being a new revised edition of contemporary American composers
By Rupert Hughes, author of "Love Affairs of Great Musicians," etc.
With additional chapters by Arthur Elson, author of "The Modern Composers of Europe, "Woman's Work in Music," etc.
Boston: Page Company, 1914
Hanaford, Harry Prescott
Who's who in music and drama
Edited by Dixie Hines and Harry Prescott Hanaford
New York: H.P. Hanaford, 1914, 560 p.
Number of People : 1,154
Baltzell, Winton J.
Baltzell's dictionary of musicians ...
Number of People : 748
Herringshaw, Thomas W.
Herringshaw's national library of American biography, etc ...
Chicago: 1909-14, 5 vols.
Number of People : 683
Who's who in America.
A biographical dictionary of notable living men and women of the United States.1908-1909 ...
Howe, Julia W.
Sketches of representative women of New England, etc ...
(Series: The New England Library of Popular Biographies)
Woman's work in music. Being an account of her influence on the arts, in ancient as well as modern times.
A summary of her musical compositions, in the different countries of the civilized world. And an estimate of their rank in comparison with those of man.
By Arthur Elson author of "A Critical History of Opera"
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