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Appel, Richard Gilmore

organ, composer, librarian

born: 25 Apr 1889 Lancaster, Pennsylvania / state, USA Source: 1  

died: 18 Nov 1975 Cambridge, Massachusetts / state, USA Source: 1  

The Music Sack has 8 items with information about Richard Gilmore Appel:


Bradley, Carol June
American music librarianship
A biographical and historical survey
New York: Greenwood Press, 1990, 237 p.

Number of People : 19

 1977 Source: 1

Index to music necrology : supplement to 1975 necrology
Notes (Music Library Association), 1977, p. 804

Number of People : 58


Haeussler, Armin
The story of our hymns
The handbook to the hymnal of the evangelical and reformed church
St. Louis, Missouri: Eden Publishing House, 1952, 1088 p.

Number of People : 575


Mize, J.T.H. / Dr.
The international who is who in music
Fifth (Mid-Century) Edition
Dr. J.T.H. Mize Editor-in-Chief
Chicago: Who is Who in Music, 1951, 576 p.

Number of People : 2,918

More Details : (1 Section)


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


Rohrer, Gertrude Martin
Music and musicians of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia: Theodore Presser, 1940

Number of People : 237


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

Number of People : 6,835


Spaeth, Sigmund
Who is who in music
Chicago: Who is Who in Music, Inc., 1929

Number of People : 2,425

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