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 1894

Appendix II

p. 213-237 In:
Baptie, David
Musical Scotland past and present. Being a dictionary of Scottish musicians from about 1400 till the present time
To which is added a bibliography of musical publications connected with Scotland from 1611
Compiled and edited by David Baptie
Paisley, Scotland: J. and R. Parlane, 1894, 219 p.


The above item has biographical information on:

  Abel, Archibald (b. 1821)   violin
  Acquroff, Robert (b. 1848 d. 1893)   violin, artist
  Adlington, William (b. 1838)   writer, publisher
  Aitken, Alexander   teacher, conductor
  Aitken, James (b. 1830 d. 1894)   critic
  Allan, George (b. 1806 d. 1835)   lyricist
  Anderson, Thomas Gordon Torry (b. 1805 d. 1856)   composer
  Baillie, Grisell (b. 1665 d. 1746)   folksong collector
  Baillie, Robert (b. 1811 d. 1880)  
  Baillie, Robert (b. 1852)  
  Ballantyne, George (b. 1869)   organ, piano
  Baxter, David (b. 1857)   lecturer, teacher
  Black, Alexander   violin maker
  Black, John (b. 1855 a. 1893)   teacher, violin maker
  Blair, James (b. 1827)   violin
  Blair, John   dance master, violin
  Blamire, Susanna (b. 1747 d. 1794)   poet
  Borland, William (b. 1859)   organ, choir master
  Brownie, William (b. 1866)   violin
  Burrell, John Baptie (b. 1861)   organ, choir master
  Cameron, Andrew Robertson (b. 1838 d. 1876)   physician, composer
  Cameron, John   composer
  Cherry, Alexander   organ
  Cockburn (b. 1711 d. 1794)   lyricist
  Colledge, George R. (b. 1862)   organ, conductor
  Coutts, John  
  Crawford, John Howard (b. 1854)   divine, writer
  Cuthbert, John (b. 1778 d. 1857)   violin, teacher
  Dawson, G.C.   organ, teacher
  Dawson, Robert (b. 1826)   violin
  Dobbie, Charles Lizars (b. 1833)   writer
  Doig, Andrew (b. 1838)   violin, composer
  Doig, David (b. 1836 d. 1890)   violin, singer
  Duguid, William (b. 1866)   strathspey and reel player, violin
  Elliot, Jane (b. 1727 d. 1805)   lyricist
  Fairbairn, Angus (b. 1829 d. 1887)   singer, lecturer
  Fairley, Cessford Ramsay Sawyers (b. 1868)   musical poet
  Farquharson, Alexander McCall (b. 1836)   violin, poet
  Finlayson, Charles James (b. 1790 d. 1864)   singer, poet
  Fraser, Duncan (b. 1847)   composer, conductor
  Freeland, William (b. 1828)   lyric poet
  Frew, Robert Fox (b. 1864 d. 1941)   organ, composer
  Gallie, James (b. 1861 d. 1931)   lecturer, musician
  Galloway, Alexander (b. 1822)   singer, conductor
  Gauld, Alexander (a. 19th century )   cello
  Gauld, James (b. 1857)   violin
  Gauld, James (b. 1837)   violin
  Gauld, John (b. 1822)   violin
  Gauld, William   violin
  Geoghegan, William (b. 1854)   conductor, teacher
  Gibson, John (b. 1824)   singer
  Gledhill, Thomas Edwin (b. 1858)   tenor, teacher of singing
  Glen, Alexander (b. 1801 d. 1873)   instrument maker
  Gordon, James Frederick Skinner (b. 1816)   historian, antiquarian
  Graham, James Lascelles (b. 1854)   organ, writer
  Grant, Elizabeth (b. 1745 d. 1814)   poet, songwriter
  Grant, James Hope (b. 1808 d. 1875)   general, cello
  Greig, Gavin (b. 1856 d. 1914)   author, composer
  Greig, James (b. 1811 d. 1859)   poet
  Grey, Annie (b. 1860)   contralto
  Hamilton, Elizabeth (b. 1758 d. 1816)   poet, literary writer
  Hefft, Walter Wladimir (b. 1871)   violin, conductor
  Henderson, MacGregor (b. 1847)   singer, entertainer
  Hill, Robert (b. 1863)   conductor, teacher
  Hirst, James Crossland (b. 1870)   organ, piano
  Hogg, George (b. 1842)   violin
  Hoole, Golan Ernest (b. 1865)   organ
  Imire, Andrew (b. 1863)   teacher, conductor
  Jacque, George (b. 1804 d. 1892 a. 1856)   clergyman, minister
  Johnstone, Robert (b. 1817 d. 1891)   teacher of singing
  Keith, Malcolm (b. 1750)   editor
  Kerr, Edward   organ, choir master
  Laubach, Conrad (d. 1886)   violin, bandmaster
  Laubach, Conrad  
  Laubach, Frank (a. 19th century )   viola
  Laybourn, W.B. (b. 1835 d. 1886)   violin
  Lees, John Kenyon (b. 1853)   composer, conductor
  Locker, William Henry (b. 1844)   choir master, tenor
  Lowe, John (b. 1750 d. 1798)   teacher
  Lyle, Thomas (b. 1792 d. 1859)   composer
  MacBean, Lachlan (b. 1853 d. 1931)   editor, businessman
  Mackay, Robert (b. 1714 d. 1778)   Gaelic poet
  Malone, Robert L. (b. 1812 d. 1850)   poet
  Mason, Edward (b. 1858)   music educator
  McMorran, John S. (b. 1868)   teacher, choir master
  McNeill, John (b. 1830 d. 1891)   dancer, violin
  Melrose, James (b. 1828)   clarinet, bandmaster
  Melrose, Robert (b. 1824)   trombone
  Moffat, James (d. 1853)   poet
  Moncur, Stuart (b. 1865)   tenor, composer
  Muller, Charles William Maxwell (b. 1821 d. 1894)   piano, editor
  Muller, Robert (b. 1804 d. 1855)   piano, composer
  Nicoll, George (b. 1846)   flute
  Ormiston, Alexander (b. 1854 d. 1893)   violin, police sergeant
  Ormiston, Archibald (b. 1861)   violin, teacher
  Rainy, James (b. 1800 d. 1876)   singer, teacher
  Rankine, James (b. 1797 d. 1849)  
  Redwood, Frederick (b. 1870)   organ
  Reed, James (b. 1799 d. 1873)   lyric poet
  Reed, James (b. 1839 d. 1879)   singer
  Relf, John (b. 1766 d. 1837)   teacher, composer
  Ritchie, James Burns (b. 1859)   piano, organ
  Robertson, James (b. 1860)   singer, conductor
  Ruddiman, Thomas Milne (b. 1843)   violin maker
  Salter, Edward (d. 1880)   teacher
  Sanderson, Henry (b. 1845)   bass, teacher of singing
  Shaw, John (b. 1828)   lyric poet
  Sinclair, William (b. 1811 d. 1870)   lyric poet
  Smith, William (b. 1856)   violin, teacher
  Stephenson, William S. (b. 1865)   singer, teacher
  Strachan, James (b. 1809 d. 1894)  
  Stronach, John Alexander Younger (b. 1866)   tenor, teacher of singing
  Stuart, George (b. 1845)   cornet
  Symon, Archie   violin
  Tait, John (b. 1856)   violin
  Todd, Francis (b. 1858)   conductor, teacher
  Towers, Walter (b. 1841)   lyric poet
  Turner, Fred (b. 1864)   piano, organ
  Watson, Thomas (b. 1856)   teacher, conductor
  Wilson, Walter Fiddes (a. 1890)   organ
  Winram, James (b. 1868)   violin, teacher

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