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 1979

Ffrench, Florence
Music and musicians in Chicago
New York: Da Capo Press, 1979


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  Adams, Crosby (b. 1858 d. 1951)   organ, lecturer
  Adams, Milward (b. 1867 d. 1923)   manager
  Allport, May   piano, teacher
  Armstrong, William   teacher, writer
  Aronson, Maurice (d. 1946 a. 1885)   piano, teacher
  Baird, Frank T.   organ
  Beaumont, Carrie R. (b. 1968)   piano, accompanist
  Bendix, Max (b. 1866 d. 1941)   choreographer, composer
  Bergey, T.S.   piano
  Bergey, T.S.   choir master
  Biden, Sydney Preston (b. 1873)   baritone, Sanger
  Bishop, Genevra Johnstone   mezzo-soprano
  Blye, Birdie (b. 1867)   piano
  Bryant, Anna Groff   singer
  Buck, Grace   mezzo-soprano
  Buckley, Helen Dallam (b. 1899)   singer, teacher
  Burr, Johanna Hess   singer
  Burritt, William Nelson (b. 1832)   teacher of singing
  Cameron, Margaret   piano, teacher
  Carberry, Frederick W.   tenor, conductor
  Carpenter, George Benedict   music director
  Carpenter, George Benedict (b. 1845 d. 1881)   manager
  Carpenter, Marian   violin
  Carter, Marie   singer
  Caruthers, Julia Lois   composer, teacher
  Chaffee, Edmund Walter (b. 1862)   teacher
  Chase, Mary Wood (b. 1868)   piano, music educator
  Clark, Charles William (b. 1865 d. 1925)   baritone, teacher
  Clark, Emma E.   singer
  Clark, Frank King   bass
  Clippinger, David Alva (b. 1860 d. 1938)   writer, conductor
  Coe, George A.   piano, teacher
  Cowper, Holmes (b. 1870)   tenor, teacher
  Crawford, Mabelle   contralto
  De Sellem, Elaine   contralto
  Drake, Earl Ross (b. 1865 d. 1916)   violin, composer
  Drill, Thomas Taylor   bass
  Dunham, Arthur (b. 1875)   organ, conductor
  Eager, George   piano
  Eames, Henry Purmont (b. 1872 d. 1950)   piano, composer
  Emery, Luella Clark   accompanist
  Evans, Edith Evelyn   contralto
  Fairbank, Henry Waterman (b. 1852)   organ, conductor
  Fisk, Katharine (d. 1926 a. 1893)   contralto
  Fox, Orvin L. (b. 1847 d. 1920)   soprano, teacher
  Garwood, Victor (b. 1862)   piano, church organist
  Gaynor, Jessie Love [Lovel] (b. 1863 d. 1921)   piano, music educator
  Gilpin, Sarah Sayles   piano teacher, writer
  Gleason, Frederick Grant (b. 1848 d. 1903)   composer, organ
  Godowsky, Leopold (d. 1938)   composer, Klavier
  Goodrich, A.J.   teacher
  Goodwin, Mabel   soprano
  Gottschalk, L. Gaston (b. 1847)   singer, educator
  Gramm, Edith   singer
  Griffin, Minnie Fish (a. 1892)   soprano
  Gutman, Emma Wilkins   piano teacher
  Hackett, Karleton Spalding (b. 1867 d. 1935)   critic, writer
  Hall, Glenn   cast, Sanger
  Hamlin, George (b. 1868 d. 1923)   Sanger, tenor
  Hannah, Frank S.   singer
  Hattstaedt, John James (b. 1851 d. 1931)   writer, piano
  Hawkes, Jane Gray   soprano
  Heinze, Victor   piano
  Heywood, Rose Case   teacher, writer
  Hyllested, August (b. 1858 d. 1946)   piano, composer
  Jones, Annette R.   piano, teacher
  Jordan, Helen Lester   teacher
  Judd, Nellie Gertrude   soprano
  Kelland, George H.   bass
  Knupfer, Walter Richard (b. 1871)   piano, piano teacher
  Kowalski, J.H. (b. 1855)   teacher of singing
  Lamson, Marie Cobb   piano
  Lewis, William   violin
  Libbe, Frances Carey (b. 1874)   contralto
  Liebling, Emil (b. 1851 d. 1914)   piano, composer
  Lillebridge, Charlotte Lanchs   soprano
  Lillebridge, Frederick (b. 1858)   composer, piano
  Linne, Ragna (a. 1892)   soprano
  Listemann, Bernhard Friedrich Wilhelm (b. 1839 d. 1917)   violin, conductor
  Mathews, William Smythe Babcock (b. 1837 d. 1912)   writer, composer
  McDonald, Charles Wilbur (b. 1877)   piano, composer
  Meek, Edward   baritone
  Middelschulte, Wilhelm (b. 1863 d. 1943)   organ, composer
  Miner, Noyes B.   teacher of singing
  Mueller, C.E.R. (b. 1847)   teacher, writer
  Murdock, Effe E. (a. 1889)   piano, organ
  Murdough, Gertrude Hogan   singer, teacher
  Murray, Clara   harp
  Neidlinger, William Harold (b. 1863 d. 1924)   composer, organ
  Nellis, Celeste   piano
  Newton, H.W.   piano seller, composer
  Officer, Julia   contralto
  Osborn, Jenny (a. 1897)   soprano
  Parsons, Emily (b. 1877)   piano
  Pasquali, M.   singer
  Pasquali, Mangione   tenor
  Perce, Frances Cora   soprano
  Perkins, Gertrude Grosscup (b. 1867)   accompanist
  Perkins, Walton [David Walton] (b. 1847)   piano, composer
  Rann, Edith V.   piano
  Reed, Clare Osborne   piano, teacher
  Rich, Ella Dahl   piano
  Root, Frances A.   singer
  Root, Frederick Woodman (b. 1846 d. 1916)   organ, composer
  Rosenfeld, Maurice Bernard (b. 1867 d. 1939)   piano, critic
  Schiller, Hans (a. 1894)   piano
  Schoenefeld, Henry (b. 1857 d. 1936)   piano, conductor
  Seeboeck, Wilhelm Karl Ernst (b. 1859 d. 1907)   piano, composer
  Shank, Retta Johnsten   contralto
  Sheffield, Ada Markland   soprano
  Sherratt, Mamie L.   piano
  Sherwood, William Hall (b. 1854 d. 1911)   piano, composer
  Skelton, Nellie Bangs (b. 1859)   piano, composer
  Slayton, Henry (b. 1841)   teacher, manager
  Smith, Helen Page   piano
  Spencer, Allen Hervey (d. 1950)   piano, educator
  Spiering, Theodore (b. 1871 d. 1925)   Dirigent, violin
  Spry, Walter (b. 1868 d. 1953)   piano, composer
  Stankowitch, Anthony (b. 1862)   piano, teacher
  Stevenson, Lucille   soprano, teacher
  Summy, Clayton F. (d. 1932 a. 1888)   piano maker
  Thatcher, Catherine Elma   violin
  Thomas, Theodore (Christian Friedrich) (b. 1835 d. 1905)   conductor, musician
  Thomson, Mary Peck   soprano
  Titus, Bertha Smith   accompanist
  Tomlins, William Lawrence (b. 1844 d. 1930)   conductor, composer
  Trimble, Clara G.   soprano
  Upton, George Putnam (b. 1834 d. 1919)   journalist, writer on music
  Valisi, Constance Locke   piano
  Van Ingwegen, Clarence P.   president of the Apollo Club
  Van Oordt, Jan   violin
  Varesi, Elena Boccabadati (b. 1854 d. 1920)   Sanger, soprano
  Vilim, Joseph Alois (b. 1861 d. 1938)   violin, author
  Wagner, Franz   cello
  Walker, Herman L.   teacher of singing
  Watson, Regina (b. 1854)   composer
  Watson, Regina   piano
  Wells, Howard (b. 1875)   piano, teacher
  Wild, Harrison Mayor (b. 1861 d. 1929)   organ, conductor
  Williams, Alfred   teacher
  Williams, Stacey   singer
  Williams, Wardner   conductor
  Wilson, Genevieve Clark (a. 1895)   singer
  Windust, Albert (b. 1874)   tenor
  Wrightson, Sydney Lloyd (b. 1869)   singer, conductor
  Young, Bicknell   singer
  Young, Bicknell   composer
  Zeigfeld, Carl  
  Zeigfeld, William K.  
  Zeigfield, Florence   president Chicago Musical College
  Zeisler, Fannie (b. 1863 d. 1927)   Klavier, pianiste
  Ziegfeld, Florenz (b. 1841 d. 1923)   music director, musician
  Ziehn, Bernhard Ferdinand (b. 1845 d. 1912)   theorist

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