Harry Newton Redman

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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.

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  • A Pronouncing Dictionary of Musical Terms, Boston, Knight & Millet (1901)
  • Redman's Musical Dictionary and Pronouncing Guide, Theodore Presser Company (1910)

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