Mack Harrell - References


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  1. Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians 6th edition, rev. by Nicolas Slonimsky (1978) OCLC 4426869
    7th edition, rev. by Nicolas Slonimsky (1984) OCLC 10574930
    8th edition, rev. by Nicolas Slonimsky (1992) OCLC 24246972
    9th edition, ed. by Laura Diane Kuhn (born 1953) (2001) OCLC 44972043
  2. Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Twentieth-Century Classical Musicians, by Nicolas Slonimsky, Schirmer Books, New York (1997)
  3. Baker's Dictionary of Opera, ed. by Laura Diane Kuhn (born 1953), Schirmer Books, New York (2000)
  4. Biographical Dictionary of American Music, By Charles Eugene Claghorn (1911–2005), Parker Publishing Co., West Nyack, NY (1973)
  5. Biography Index. A cumulative index to biographical material in books and magazines, H.W. Wilson Company, New York Volume 2:, August 1949–August 1952 (1953)
    Volume 3: September 1952–August 1955 (1956)
    Volume 4: September 1955–August 1958 (1960)
    Volume 5: September 1958–August 1961 (1962)
    Volume 10: September 1973–August 1976 (1977)
  6. The Metropolitan Opera Encyclopedia: A comprehensive guide to the world of opera, ed. by David Hamilton, Simon and Schuster, New York (1987) OCLC 15588662
  7. The New American Dictionary of Music, by Philip David Morehead with Anne MacNeil, Dutton, New York (1991)
  8. The New Encyclopedia of the Opera, by David Ewen. Hill & Wang, New York (1971)
  9. The New Grove Dictionary of American Music, Four volumes, edited by H. Wiley Hitchcock and Stanley Sadie, Macmillan Press, London (1986)
  10. The New Grove Dictionary of Opera, four volumes, edited by Stanley Sadie, Grove's Dictionaries of Music, New York
  11. The Penguin Dictionary of Musical Performers; A biographical guide to significant interpreters of classical music — singers, solo instrumentalists, conductors, orchestras and string quartets — ranging from the seventeenth century to the present day, by Arthur Jacobs, Viking Press, London (1990)
  12. Who Was Who in America; A component volume of Who's Who in American History; Volume 4, 1961–1968, Marquis Who's Who, Chicago (1968)
  13. Obituaries on File, two volumes, compiled by Felice Levy, Facts on File, New York (1979)

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