Hamilton Crawford Macdougall Edit Profile
Educated public schools, Providence, 1867-1877, educated in music under private instruction of Juris Canonici Doctor, Juris Civilis Doctor Parker, Bachelor of Science Whitney, Bachelor of Journalism Language of Boston, and Robert Bonner, of Providence, Doctor E.H. Turpin, of London. Honorary Museum Doctor, Brown U., 1901. Associate (by examination) Royal College of Organists, London.
1 son, Robert Beede; married second, Elisabeth Gleason, June 22, 1936. Elected dean of the New England Chapter of the American Guild of Organists for 3 years, in 1908. Organist Central Baptist Church, Providence, 1882-1895.
At Harvard Church (Bóston-Brookline), 1895-1900. Professor music, Wellesley, 1900-1927. Manager Wellesley College Concert Fund, 1900-1938.
Traveled and studied in England, Germany, and Switzerland. Special lecturer in music at Brown U., 1908-1909, 1910-1912. Extension lecturer, Brown U., and lecturer, Brooklyn Institute Arts and Sciences, various years.
Founder American Guild Organists (dean Massachusetts Chapter, 1908-1909, American College Musicians. President Rhode Island Musical Association, 1893-1894. Author: Early New England Psalmody.
An Historical Appreciation, 1620-1820, 1940. Studies in Melody Playing (2 vols.). National Graded Course (7 vols).
Sacred Music; Music for Women’s Voices. First Lessons in Improvisation. Dramatic Pedal Studies.
Operetta “Long Live the King”. Etc. Organ editor The Musician, 1908-1923. Special writer for The Diapason since 1919.
Home: 29 Dover Road, Wellesley, Massachusetts*.
Married Alice Gertrude Beede, September 1, 1898 (died April.; married second, Elisabeth Gleason, June 22, 1936.