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Banks, Benjamin (1727–1795), musical instrument maker, was born at Salisbury on 14 July 1727, the third of the five children of George Banks, master butcher, and his wife, Barbery Huttoft. In 1741 Banks commenced a seven-year apprenticeship with his uncle William Huttoft, musical instrument maker and retail music dealer of ...

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Bassano, Alvise (d. 1554), musician and instrument maker, was presumably born in Bassano, near Venice, in the late fifteenth century, the second son of Maestro Jeronimo (d. 1539?), known as Piva (‘bagpipe’). By 1515 he was playing in Venice, and he served in ...

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Bate, Philip Argall Turner (1909–1999), musicologist and collector of musical instruments, was born in Glasgow on 26 March 1909, the only child of English parents, Percy Herbert Bate (1868–1913), secretary to the Glasgow Museum of Arts, and Mary Turner (1872–1963). His father became curator of the ...

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Bressan, Peter [formerly Pierre Jaillard] (1663–1731), musical instrument maker, was born Pierre Jaillard in Bourg-en-Bresse, France, on 27 May 1663, the son of Claude Jaillard (d. 1667), carrier, and his wife, Philibert (d. 1694), daughter of Louis Mercier, joiner. Bressan...

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Bridge [Bridges], Richard (d. 1758), organ builder, was born in London. He trained with John Harris, son of Renatus Harris, and worked at times in collaboration with the elder John Byfield and the younger Abraham Jordan. Some writers have also associated him with ...

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John Brinsmead (1814–1908) by Reinhold Thiele ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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Brinsmead, John (1814–1908), piano manufacturer, was born at Weare Gifford, Devon, on 13 October 1814, the seventh son of Henry Brinsmead, an innkeeper and lime-burner, and his wife, Elizabeth, née Beer. He had left school by 1826 and at the age of thirteen was apprenticed for seven years as a cabinet-maker in ...

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Henry Fowler Broadwood (1811–1893) by unknown photographer, c. 1861 ? reserved

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Broadwood, Henry Fowler (1811–1893), piano manufacturer, was born in London in June 1811, the fifth child of James Shudi Broadwood (1772–1851), piano manufacturer, and his second wife, Margaret Schaw Stewart (1778–1849). The founder of the firm was his grandfather, John Broadwood (1732–1812), whose eldest son, ...

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Broadwood, John (1732–1812), harpsichord and piano manufacturer, was born on 6 October 1732 at Oldhamstocks, near Cockburnspath, Berwickshire, Scotland, the eldest son of James Broadwood (1696–1774) and his wife, Margaret Purves (1698–1799). He came from an old family of Northumbrian yeomen who in the sixteenth century owned land near ...

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John Broadwood (1732–1812) by William Say, pubd 1812 (after John Harrison junior) ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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Chappington, John (c. 1540–1606), organ builder, was born at South Molton, Devon, into a family business established there two generations earlier by one Richard Chappington. The local clientele whom Richard had serviced in the 1530s was developed by his successor, Hugh Chappington (...

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Clagget, Charles (1740?c. 1795), musician and inventor of improvements for musical instruments, was born in Waterford, Ireland, probably in 1740. This date of birth was preferred by The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, but Edmund van der Straeten believed he was born about 1755. Part of the reason for the dearth of accurate biographical information may be confusion with his brother ...

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Collard, Frederick William (bap. 1772, d. 1860), piano manufacturer, was born at Wiveliscombe, Somerset, where he was baptized on 21 June 1772, the son of William Collard (1734-1829), clothier, and his wife Thomasin née Lutley (1733-1804) . At the age of fourteen he went to ...

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Cross, Nathaniel (1688/9–1751), musical instrument maker, was one of the earliest violin makers in London whose work survives in sufficient quantity for some assessment to be made. Little is known of his early life, but it appears that he probably learned the essentials of his craft from ...

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Dallam, George (d. 1684), organ builder, was probably born in Brittany, a son of Robert Dallam (c. 1602–1665), whom he may have accompanied to England in 1660. His mother was possibly named Isabella Turpin. In a letter to New College, Oxford, Robert Dallam...

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Dallam, Ralph (d. 1673), organ builder, was probably born in Brittany, one of the sons of Robert Dallam (c. 1602–1665). His mother was possibly Isabella Turpin. He may have travelled to England with his father in 1660, since in a letter to New College, Oxford...

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Dallam, Robert (c. 1602–1665), organ builder, was probably born in London, one of the six children of Thomas Dallam (bap. 1575, d. in or after 1630). He had completed an apprenticeship as a member of the Blacksmiths' Company by about 1623. Some time during the 1620s he married his first wife, whose name is unknown, and travelled in ...