Edward Llewellyn (trumpeter)
- 1905–1906: Cornet soloist with the United States Marine Band
- 1907–1908: Principal trumpet of the Pittsburg Symphony
- 1908–1912: Principal trumpet with the Rochester Municipal Band (Minnesota)
- 1909–1911: Principal trumpet of the Chicago Opera
- 1911–1933: Principal trumpet of the Chicago Symphony
- 1916–1923: Principal trumpet of the Ravinia Park Opera Company
- 1933–1936: Personnel manager of the Chicago Symphony
- 1907: Soloist with the British Guards Band at the Manhattan Beach Hotel at Coney Island
Llewellyn was affiliated with the Frank Holton Company and worked part-time as a salesman for the Chicago branch of the company, where it is said he sold a remarkable number of instruments for the amount of time that he spent doing so.
He composed many solos including "My Regards," which he wrote for his own use while with the Chicago Symphony.
Among Llewellyn's many students were Clifford P. Lillya, late professor of cornet and trumpet at the University of Michigan, and Llewellyn's successor in the Chicago Symphony, trumpet manufacturer Renold Schilke.
- August 1897: Winner of the 1/3 mile, League of American Wheelmen Annual Amateur Championship, Philadelphia
- July 30, 1898: Amateur Record, 1 mile
- The Cornet Compendium, by Richard I. Schwartz (2000) OCLC 48946532
- The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Trumpet Section, 1902–1932, by Tom Crown, International Trumpet Guild Journal, June 2011, pg 38
- Alvin Lowrey, ITG Journal, Vol 8, International Trumpet Guild, 1983, pp.100-101
- Amy Dunker, An Analysis of Edward Llewellyn's, "The Premier," p.2, retrieved 7/20/2011
- John C. Freund, Edward LLewellyn with Holton & Co., The Music Trades, Volume 54, May 31, 1919, Page 41
- The Horn Call volumes 19 & 20, International Horn Society, Google Books result, 1988, p.91