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 1958

Canadian Who's Who.
Vol. VIII.
Toronto: Trans-Canada Press, 1958-1960


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  Adaskin, Harry (b. 1901)   violin, broadcaster
  Applebaum, Louis (b. 1918)   composer
  Ballon, Ellen (b. 1898 d. 1969)   concert pianist
  Barbeau, Charles Marius (b. 1883 d. 1969)   anthropologist, ethnomusicologist
  Bell, Leslie Richard (b. 1906 d. 1962)   choir conductor, music educator
  Blackstone, Milton (b. 1894)   viola, composer
  Bothwell, Mary (b. 1900)   soprano, painter
  Branscombe, Gena (b. 1881 d. 1977)   music educator, composer
  Brunton, James Noel (b. 1876)   piano, administrator
  Campbell, Wishart (b. 1905)   baritone, songwriter
  Collins, Edwin Alec (b. 1893)   teacher, choir conductor
  Cozens, John (b. 1906)   AD~, choir conductor
  Dickenson, Jean (b. 1914)   soprano
  Donnell, Robert (b. 1910 d. 1986)   carilloneur, composer
  Duchow, Marvin (b. 1914 d. 1979)   musicologist, composer
  Dusseau, Jeanne (b. 1893)   soprano
  Etherington, Charles Leslie (b. 1903)   choir conductor, piano teacher
  Faith, Percy (b. 1908 d. 1976)   conductor, orchestra
  Fitzgerald, Patricia Lemoine (b. 1919)   producer
  Fratkin, Abraham I. (b. 1889)   conductor, violin
  Geiger-Torel, Herman (b. 1907 d. 1976)   opera director, administrator
  Godden, Reginald (b. 1905 d. 1987)   piano, teacher
  Gould, Glenn (Herbert) (b. 1932 d. 1982)   Klavier, piano
  Haddad, George Richard (b. 1918)   piano
  Hagen, Betty-Jean (b. 1930)   violin
  Hayward, Richard Benjamin (b. 1874 d. 1961)   bandmaster, composer
  Hersenhoren, Samuel David (b. 1908)   conductor, violin
  Hewitt, William Wells (b. 1898)   choir conductor, organ
  Higgin, Clifford (b. 1876 d. 1951)   organ, choir master
  Holton, Frank William (b. 1909)   choir conductor, organ
  Horwood, Frederick James (b. 1888 d. 1976)   music educator, clergyman
  James, Mary Frances (b. 1903)   oboe, soprano
  Jobin, Raoul (b. 1906 d. 1974)   tenor, vocals
  Kinley, Ethel Adams (b. 1887 d. 1967)   music educator, choir conductor
  Lapierre, Eugene (b. 1899 d. 1970)   organ, teacher
  Lombardo, Guy [Gaetano Alberto] (b. 1902 d. 1977)   bandleader, director
  Mackenzie, Gisele (b. 1927 a. 1952)   cast, singer
  MacMillan, Alexander (b. 1864 d. 1961)   presbyterian minister, hymnologist
  MacMillan, Ernest (Alexander Campbell) (b. 1893 d. 1973)   conductor, composer
  MacPherson, Sandy [Roderick Hallowell] (b. 1897 d. 1975)   theater organ
  Marshall, Lois (Catherine) (b. 1925 d. 1997)   soprano, vocals
  Mayer, Thomas (b. 1907)   conductor, piano
  Mazzoleni, Ettore (b. 1905 d. 1968)   conductor, teacher
  McElheran, Brock [N. Brock] (b. 1918)   choir master
  McIntyre, Paul Poirier (b. 1931)   composer, piano
  Neel, Boyd [Louis Boyd] (b. 1905 d. 1981)   conductor, maestro
  Parlow, Kathleen Mary (b. 1890 d. 1963)   violin, Violine
  Pelletier, Wilfrid (b. 1896 d. 1982)   conductor, music educator
  Pengelly, Jeanne Isabel (b. 1908 d. 1977)   soprano, teacher
  Richardson, John Leland (b. 1906 d. 1969)   businessman, carilloneur
  Ridder, Allard (b. 1887 d. 1966)   conductor, violin
  Rimanoczy, Jean (b. 1904 d. 1958)   assistant Conductor, concertmaster
  Seitz, Ernest Joseph (b. 1892 d. 1978)   piano, teacher
  Sidgwick, John Robert Lindsay (b. 1923 d. 1973)   organ, choir conductor
  Spicer, Earle   baritone
  Stewart, Reginald Drysdale (b. 1900 d. 1984)   piano, composer
  Susskind, Walter [Jan Walter] (b. 1918 d. 1980)   composer, conductor
  Thompson, Gordon Vincent (b. 1888 d. 1965)   songwriter, music publisher
  Unger, Heinz (Heinrich) (b. 1895 d. 1965)   celesta, conductor
  Vickers, Jon [Jonathan Stewart] (b. 1926)   tenor
  Walter, Arnold (Maria) (b. 1902 d. 1973)   composer, administrator
  Weinzweig, John (Jacob) (b. 1913)   composer, teacher
  Whitehead, Alfred (Ernest) (b. 1887 d. 1974)   organ, choir master
  Willan, Healey [James Healey] (b. 1880 d. 1968)   composer, teacher
  Wolff, Stanley Drummond (b. 1916)   choir conductor, organ

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