Baird, Edith Anna (fem) 20.apr.1889-7.mar.1971 England, London Forest Gate - Hertfordshire, Ware
pianist, Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music (LRAM), Associate of the London Academy of Music (ALAM), sep.1908 graduated in piano teaching from The Royal Academy of Music London, studied music with William Harding Bonner, Katharine Bird, Annie Jessie Curwen, Thomas Henry Yorke Trotter and Frederick Moore, 1908-1920 professor at the Metropolitan Academy of Music in London, private teacher piano, singing and harmony, 1911 residing at 60 Gordon Road in Ilford Essex, 1934 residing at 7 Lindsey Road and at time of death at Taymont Cricket Field Lane in Bishop's Stortford Hertfordshire, she died at Western House Hospital in Ware ; daughter of solicitors clerk/jute cloth merchant Alexander Baird (Scotland, Dundee 1856-) and Georgiana (Scotland 1857-1910 London Ilford) ; 1910 in Romford Essex she married managing clerk stockjobber Archibald John Comyn Noyes (London Friern Barnet 13.feb.1888-1970 Colchester)

Title Parts

[] Phyllis' pieces. Five little pianoforte pieces for small hands
pub J. Curwen & Sons, London 14apr1914
[] 1 - Cradle song
[] 2 - Bed-time
[] 3 - Swinging
[] 4 - In the garden
[] 5 - The rill
[] The rocker valse. Prize dance. Dance with description. Piano
pub Herman Darewski Music Pub. Co., London 19feb1920

[] Cradle song. Bed-time. 2 Pieces for pianoforte
from Phyllis pieces 1914
pub J. Curwen & Sons, London & G. Schirmer Inc., New York 1920

[] The wish, for the pianoforte
pub J. B. Cramer & Co., London 1922

[] Unique. Mazurka for pianoforte
pub J. B. Cramer & Co., London 1922

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