Alfred Remy

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Alfred Remy, M.A. (March 16, 1870 – February 26, 1937, New York, NY)[1] was an American philologist and writer on music, born in Elberfeld, Germany. He emigrated to the United States when he was very young. He graduated from the College of the City of New York in 1890 and from Columbia (A.M., 1905). He taught languages in several schools and was a music critic for Vogue. His publications include Alarcon's Novelas Cortas Escogidas (1905) and Spanish Prose Composition (1908). He edited the third edition of Theodore Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians.[2]


  1. ^ Nicolas Slonimsky, edited by Laura Kuhn (b. San Francisco, California, January 19, 1953, p. 738-9), Baker's Biographical Dictionary of 20th Century Classical Musicians, 1997, p. 1112, scans of col. A, page 1112 and col. B, p. 738 and col. A, p. 739
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