Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography/Krehbiel, Henry Edward

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KREHBIEL, Henry Edward, musical critic, b. in Ann Arbor, Mich., 10 March, 1854. He received a general education from his father, a German clergyman of the Methodist Episcopal church, and began in 1872 the study of law in Cincinnati. In June, 1874. he was attached to the staff of the “Cincinnati Gazette” as musical critic, which post he held until November, 1880. He then came to New York, where he is now (1887) musical critic of the “Tribune.” Among his published works are “The Technics of Violin Playing” (Cincinnati, 1880); “Review of the New York Musical Season 1885-'6” (New York and London, 1886); and the same for the season of 1886-'7 (1887).