1 edition of British musical biography found in the catalog.
Reprint. Originally published: Birmingham : S.S. Stratton, 1897.
|Statement||James D. Brown, Stephen S. Stratton|
|Series||Cambridge Library Collection - Music|
|Contributions||Stratton, Stephen Samuel|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||Elektronische Daten :|
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Co-authored by James British musical biography book. Brown (also known for A Biographical Dictionary of Musicians) and Stephen S. Stratton, British Musical Biography is an alphabetical reference work to the key achievements of British musical artists, composers and authors from as early as AD to the end of the nineteenth century.
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