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  • 253975Q1383575James ScottJamesScottScott,_JamesJames_scott_new_edited.jpg18851938American songwriter, composer and musician. Some or all works
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  • [8] Modern musicians; a book for players, singers & listeners (1914?) [9] Gow, Nathaniel Gow, Niel Graham, George Farquhar Hyslop, James Imlah, John
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  • DEACON, JAMES (d. 1750), miniature-painter, was talented as an artist and musician. In 1746 the miniature-painter C. F. Zincke was obliged, his eyesight failing
    329 bytes (158 words) - 13:27, 24 January 2011
  • 1885-1900, Volume 51 Scott, George Lewis by William Prideaux Courtney 605192Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 51 Scott, George LewisWilliam
    353 bytes (783 words) - 20:02, 30 January 2011
  • NICHOLAS (1588–1666), musician and amateur of art, born in London in 1588, is no doubt identical with 'Nicholas, son of John Lannyer, Musician to her Matie,'
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  • Music and Musicians  (1900)  edited by George Grove Lochaber no more by Robert Prescott Stewart 1590013A Dictionary of Music and Musicians — Lochaber
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  • ’ (cf. Forster, Dickens, i. 264). Thomson was an enthusiastic amateur musician. He was one of the directors of the first Edinburgh musical festival (1815)
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  • Dictionary of Music and Musicians  (1900)  edited by George Grove Masque by William H. Husk 1653119A Dictionary of Music and Musicians — Masque1900 MASQUE
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  • Friendly Eyes 222 Rasmus B. Anderson Salvini's Autobiography 298 James B. Runnion Scott's Letters 384   Social Spirit in America, The 17 Joseph Henry
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  • in watercolours as ‘Illustrations of Walter Scott's Lay of the Last Minstrel,’ which were engraved by James Heath, A.R.A., and were published in 1808,
    376 bytes (804 words) - 19:49, 8 September 2011
  • oil-painting he received his first instruction from Samuel James [q. v.], son of Samuel Arnold, the musician [q. v.] Among his earliest patrons at Sheffield were
    374 bytes (2,348 words) - 15:15, 18 July 2012
  • Don, sixth baronet of Newton Don, and the intimate friend of Sir Walter Scott. She had two children: Sir William Henry Don [q. v.] seventh baronet, the
    337 bytes (432 words) - 09:08, 31 January 2011
  • vehement when deeply moved, and with kindred spirits such as R. A. Smith, the musician, and others of the 'Whistle Binkie' circle he was both easy and affable
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  • learning and his artistic accomplishments. He states that, while a good musician, he was specially skilled as a painter, being 'a Dürer for proportion;
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  • PatrickJames Cuthbert Hadden1893 MACDONALD, PATRICK (1729–1824), amateur musician, eldest son of Murdoch Macdonald, minister of Durness, Sutherlandshire
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  • Music and Musicians  (1900)  edited by George Grove Irish Music by Robert Prescott Stewart 1518577A Dictionary of Music and Musicians — Irish Music1900
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  • Berwickshire. He was a high-spirited boy, a good classical scholar, and a skilful musician. In 1770 he entered the university of Edinburgh, and manifested great aptitude
    312 bytes (784 words) - 19:10, 31 August 2012
  • Isabella, daughter of William Scott, a well-known teacher of elocution; and his wife is stated to have been an accomplished musician and the composer of the
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  • the Duke of Argyle’ [1825]. ‘I think I supped once in her society,’ wrote Scott in 1825, ‘at Mat. Lewis's in Argyle Street, where the company chanced to
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  • Volume 54 Stanley, JohnHenry Davey1898 STANLEY, JOHN (1714–1786), musician, was born in London on 17 Jan. 1713–14. When two years old he was completely
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