A Dictionary of Music and Musicians/Miller, Edward
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MILLER, Edward, Mus. Doc., born at Norwich in 1731, studied music under Dr. Burney, and was elected organist of Doncaster July 25, 1756, upon the recommendation of Nares. He graduated as Mus. Doc. at Cambridge in 1786. He died at Doncaster, Sept. 12, 1807. His compositions comprise elegies, songs, harpsichord sonatas, flute solos, psalm tunes, etc., and he was the author of 'The Elements of Thorough-bass and Composition' and a 'History of Doncaster,' 1804.
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