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Brown, Robert Urquhart (1906–1972), piper, piobaireachd player, and teacher, was born on 1 May 1906 in Strachan, Kincardineshire, son of Francis Farquharson Brown (1875–1955?) head keeper of Blackhall estate, and his wife, Margaret Dunbar (1871–1937). He was educated at Banchory Academy. He started piping at the age of eleven, and soon showed a love for piobaireachd, the classical music of the highland bagpipe. His early tutors were ...

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Craxton, Janet Helen Rosemary (1929–1981), oboist and teacher, was born on 17 May 1929 at 8 Grove End Road, London, the only daughter and the youngest of the six children of (Thomas) Harold Hunt Craxton (1885–1971) and his wife, Essie May Faulkner (1890–1977)...

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Janet Helen Rosemary Craxton (1929–1981) by unknown photographer, 1960s private collection

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Craxton, (Thomas) Harold Hunt (1885–1971), pianist and teacher, was born on 30 April 1885 at 6 Dorchester Place, Marylebone, London, the first son of Thomas Robert Craxton (1858–1908), a surveyor's assistant, and his wife, Sarah Jane Hunt (1852–1905). The Craxtons originated in Northamptonshire...

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(Thomas) Harold Hunt Craxton (1885–1971) by unknown photographer, late 1960s private collection

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Eccles, Solomon (1617?–1682), musician and Quaker missionary, was probably baptized on 14 September 1617 at Hatfield, Hertfordshire, the son of Solomon Eccles. His father was a musician, but little else is known of Eccles's early life. He appears to have lived at ...

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Gillies, John MacDougall (1855–1925), player and teacher of the highland bagpipe, was born on 20 May 1855 at 126 Gallowgate, Aberdeen, eldest of the three sons of John MacDougall Gillies (b. 1825), marble polisher from Glendaruel, Argyll, and his wife, Isabella Smith (...

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Klose, Francis Joseph (1784–1830), composer and piano teacher, was born in London, the son of a professor of music. His first teacher was his father, and he later studied the piano and composition with Franz Tomich, a pupil of Haydn. He was an excellent violinist, and was a member both of the orchestra of the ...

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MacDonald, John (1865–1953), player and teacher of the highland bagpipe, was born on 26 July 1865 in Glentruim, in the parish of Laggan, Inverness-shire, the oldest son of the three sons and three daughters of Alexander MacDonald (1834/5–1883), piper, and his wife, Jane Lamont (1840/41–1931)...

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Macpherson, Malcolm (1833–1898), player and teacher of the highland bagpipe, was born on 5 December 1833 at Snizort, Isle of Skye, the son of Angus Macpherson (c.1800–c.1866), a professional piper, and his wife, Effy MacLeod of Uig in Skye...

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Nicol, Robert Bell (1905–1978), player and teacher of the highland bagpipe, was born on 26 December 1905 at West Lodge, Durris, Kincardineshire, the youngest of the three children of David Nicol (1861–1934), a salmon fisher from Banchory, and his wife, Mary McDonald (1862–1956)...

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Ross, William Collie (1878–1966), player and teacher of the highland bagpipe, was born on 14 June 1878 at Camsorie, Kilmorack, Glen Strathfarrar, Inverness-shire, the second of the six children of Alexander Ross (b. 1854), head forester of Struy, and his wife, Mary Collie (1854–1944)...

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Sloper, Edward Hugh Lindsay (1826–1887), pianist and music teacher, was born in London on 14 June 1826. He studied the piano in London under Ignaz Moscheles until he was fourteen, and then went first to Aloys Schmitt in Frankfurt, later to Vollweiler in ...

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Verne, Mathilde (1865–1936), pianist and piano teacher, was born on 25 May 1865 at 12 Portland Street, Southampton, the second daughter and fourth child of John Evangelist Wurm (c.1828–1892) and his wife, (Marie) Sophie Niggl (c.1838–c.1883). Her parents had come from ...