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D'Almaine & Co (1834-1867) (Music publisher)

 Organization

Dates

  • Existence: 1834 - 1867

Biography

D'Almaine and Co were a firm of music publishers, sellers and instrument makers founded in 1785 by George Goulding and Thomas D'Almaine (c. 1780-1866). The company traded under various names before becoming D'Almaine and Co in 1834. Upon his retirement in 1847, D'Almaine was succeeded by his nephew Thomas MacKinlay who had worked alongside him at the firm for several years. Both D'Almaine and MacKinlay died in 1866 at which point the firm was sold to Joseph Emery who continued the business under the same name, mainly selling pianos.

Source

http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/acref/9780199743391.001.0001/acref-9780199743391-e-1686

Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:

Song titled "The Knight-errant's Song. Oh! List to me, my lady bright!", 1810-1857

 piece
Identifier: Coll-1839/7/pp.173-174
Scope and Contents

Song titled "The Knight-errant's Song. Oh! List to me, my lady bright!" This song was sold to music publisher D'Almaine and Co.

Dates: 1810-1857

Song titled "The Lady Bride Plantagenet. A Ballad", 1810-1857

 piece
Identifier: Coll-1839/7/pp.264-266
Scope and Contents

Song titled "The Lady Bride Plantagenet. A Ballad." This song was sold to music publisher D'Almaine and Co.

Dates: 1810-1857

Song titled "'Twas Evening when I left the Vale. Air - "The Maid of Snowdon"", 18101-1857

 piece
Identifier: Coll-1839/7/pp.287-288
Scope and Contents

Song titled "'Twas Evening when I left the Vale. Air - "The Maid of Snowdon."" This song was sold to music publisher D'Almaine and Co.

Dates: 18101-1857

Song titled "We parted in Silence! Air, "Katherine Ogie"", 1810-1857

 piece
Identifier: Coll-1839/7/pp.189-191
Scope and Contents

Song titled "We parted in Silence! Air, "Katherine Ogie."" This song was sold to music publisher D'Almaine and Co.

Dates: 1810-1857

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