organ, teacher, music publisher, composer, organ maker
||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania / state, USA
|died: 30 Apr 1861
||Brooklyn, New York / state, USA
|died: ------- 1863
Wolf, Edward C.
Peter Erben and Americas' first Lutheren tunebook in English.
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edited by H. Wiley Hitchcock and Stanley Sadie
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London: Macmillan Press, 1984
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Ogasapian, John K.
Organ building in New York City : 1700-1900
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The above item is part of :
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American writers and compilers of sacred music
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