Edward Baxter Perry

American pianist and writer Edward Baxter Perry was born in Haverill, Massachusetts on 14 (or possibly 17) February 1855. He was blind from early in his life, but this didn't prevent him from studying in Europe, possibly with Liszt, touring widely in the USA or writing books.

Perry died suddenly from a heart attack on 13 June 1924, aged sixty-nine.

A selection of articles about Edward Baxter Perry

Somewhat Delayed Reviews - A Memory Thread - Edward Baxter Perry's 'Descriptive Analyses of Piano Works: For the Use of Teachers, Players, and Music Clubs', read by Endre Anaru

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