Harry Newton Redman
Harry Newton Redman (December 26, 1869 - December 26, 1958) was an American composer, writer, and artist, born in Illinois. He wrote mainly chamber music, including two string quartets, and composed some songs. He was also active as a painter, and wrote a musical dictionary.
- A Pronouncing Dictionary of Musical Terms, Boston, Knight & Millet (1901)
- Redman's Musical Dictionary and Pronouncing Guide, Theodore Presser Company (1910)
- Howard, John Tasker (1939). Our American Music: Three Hundred Years of It. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company.
- The New Grove Dictionary of American Music, four volumes, edited by Hugh Wiley Hitchcock (1923–2007) and Stanley Sadie (1930–2005), Macmillan Press, London (1986)
- Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians, Eighth edition, revised by Nicolas Slonimsky (1894–1995), Macmillan Publishing Co., New York (1992)
- Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Twentieth-Century Classical Musicians, by Nicolas Slonimsky (1894–1995), Schirmer Books, New York (1997)
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