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Music educator

Albert Edmund Brown, music educator. member of faculty, Chautauqua Institution, 1912-1913, Boston University, 1916-1917; Member Eastern Supervisors’ Conference (1st president), National Supervisors’ Conference; Mason (32 degree, Knights Templar, Shriner), Elk.

Background

Brown, Albert Edmund was born on December 9, 1874 in Derby, England. Son of Samuel and Elizabeth (Frost) Brown.

Education

Came to the United States, 1886. Educated private schools, England, and public schools, United States. Student Institute of Music Pedagogy, Northampton, Massachusetts.

Doctor of Music honoris causa, New York College of Music, 1933.

Career

Elizabeth (Mistress Frederick J. Ranlett, Junior). Baritone and leader of singing. Director department of music, State Normal School, Lowell, Massachusetts, 1910-1919.

Member of faculty, Chautauqua Institution, 1912-1913, Boston University, 1916-1917. Studio for professional singers, Boston, 1912-1924. Has appeared in many recitals, United States and England.

Conductor music National Education Association Convention, Department of Superintendence, Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1920, Washington, District of Columbia, 1926, Cleveland, 1929, State Teachers’ Association, Missouri, 1921, Nebraska, 1921, Louisiana, 1924, Republican National Convention, Chicago. Director division of music, Ithaca (New York) College An organizer War Camp Service, United States of America, 1917-1919. Associate editor Musical Courier, New New York.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Associate editor Musical Courier, New York.

Membership

Member of faculty, Chautauqua Institution, 1912-1913, Boston University, 1916-1917. Member Eastern Supervisors’ Conference (1st president), National Supervisors’ Conference. Mason (32 degree, Knights Templar, Shriner), Elk.

Connections

Married Martha Elizabeth Taylor (pianist), of Easthampton, Massachusetts, June 15, 1898.

father:
Samuel Brown

mother:
Elizabeth (Frost) Brown

spouse:
Martha Elizabeth Taylor