Bevitt, Sadie Rosella 'Zay' Rector 29.may.1866-17.oct.1949 USA Illinois, Champaign - California, San Francisco
pianist, organist, teacher, studied piano with Heinrich Kohler, Glover, Charles Albert Graninger and Albino Gorno in Cincinnati, theory and composition with Singer and John Andrew van Broekhoven, normal with Arnold Johann Gantvoort, organ with Lillian Arkell Rixford at the College of Music of Cincinnati, taught piano and theory at Atlanta Conservatory Georgia and Brenau College Conservatory in Gainesville Georgia, 1910 moved to San Diego California where she taught the Dunning System, editor of the Children's Department of the Pacific Coast Musician, 1920 residing at 3914 Third Street San Diego, 1929 she gave piano classes via newspaper lessons and large auditorium groups ; daughter of druggist Henry Clay Rector (Ohio, Frankfort 10.feb.1833-21.aug.1906 Nebraska, Lincoln) and Martha Rowe Hurst (Ohio, Ross 30.aug.1830-7.jan.1922 Minnesota, Minneapolis) ; 6.jun.1895 in Cincinnati she married manufacturer Edwin Dealtry Bevitt (Missouri, St Charles 4.may.1860-11.may.1942 San Diego)

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[] Piano playing by harmony diagrams. Student's book
pub Sherman, Clay & Co., San Francisco 1925

[] Piano playing by harmony diagrams. Teacher's manual
pub Sherman, Clay & Co., San Francisco 1925

[] Fun method school of piano instruction
sponsored by piano manufacturer Kohler & Chase, San Francisco 1927

[] Class procedure for forty lessons in piano playing by harmony diagrams
pub Sherman, Clay & Co., San Francisco 1929

[] "Bach"
music Johann Sebastian Bach, arr for piano duet Zay Rector Bevitt
pub Z. R. Bevitt, 136 Funston Avenue, San Francisco, California 1933
[] 1 - Bourree from Second violin sonata in g
[] 2 - Bourree from Third violin cello suite in G
[] 3 - Gavotte from Fifth French suite in G
[] 4 - Gavotte from Third English suite in g
[] 5 - Two-part invention no14 in B flat
[] 6 - Prelude no1 from Six little preludes in C
[] 7 - Prelude no2 from Twelve little preludes in C
[] 8 - Prelude no4 from Twelve little preludes in D
[] 9 - Prelude no4 from Six little preludes in D
[] 10 - Prelude no9 from Twelve little preludes in F
[] 11 - Sicilano from Sonata for piano and flute in g
[] Selected etudes from standard composers
arranged by Zay Rector Bevitt
pub Zay Rector Bevitt, San Francisco 1935
[] 1 - A little chat. A. Biehl
[] 2 - Frolics. A. Croisez
[] 3 - In the garden swing. Gurlitt
[] 4 - Happy good-morning. Gurlitt
[] 5 - A Sunday walk. Gurlitt
[] 6 - The daring horseman. Gurlitt
[] 7 - Rain on the roof. Croisez
[] 8 - Turns. Biehl
[] 9 - Confidence. Burgmuller
[] 10 - Around the circle of major keys. Czerny
[] 11 - Sunshine. Gurlitt
[] 12 - Popcorn. Bertini
[] 13 - Skating. Duvernoy
[] 14 - Chord positions. A. Biehl
[] 15 - The swallow. Burgmuller
[] 16 - Rustling leaves. Ed. Biehl
[] 17 - The horns of the hunters. Stamaty
[] 18 - Children's ball. Gurlitt
[] 19 - Thirds. Biehl
[] 20 - Perversity. Biehl
[] 21 - Good-night. Gurlitt
[] 22 - Trill study I. Zay Rector Bevitt
[] 23 - Trill study II. Zay Rector Bevitt
[] 24 - Classified chord etude. Duvernoy
[] 25 - A request. Gurlitt
[] 26 - Around the circle of keys. Czerny
[] 27 - At twilight. Haberbier
[] 28 - Broken chords. Czerny
[] 29 - Independence of fingers. Duvernoy
[] 30 - Rain and wind. Kohler
[] 31 - Cutting down trees
[] 32 - Octave etude. Bertini
[] 33 - Staccato study. Stamaty
[] 34 - A fair day and sudden storm. Haberbier
[] 35 - Broken octaves. Haberbier
[] 36 - Quickstep. Stamaty
[] 37 - Chromatic etude. Haberbier
[] 38 - The elf. Robert Schumann
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