E. L. White

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E. L. White

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 Given name:     Edward
 Middle name:     Little
 Family name:     White
 Place of birth:     
 Place of death:     
 Year of birth:     1809
 Year of death:     1851
 Profile:     Collector, Composer, Editor, Musician
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Biographical notes[edit]


Edward Little White (1809-1851) was a journeyman musician-composer in the mid-1800's in the greater Boston region, a teacher of the piano forte and organ. He was a prolific author of numerous instrumental and sacred and secular vocal publications, including Organ without a Master, (Oliver Ditson Company), Cecillian Glee Book (1858, Boston music publishers Russell & Fuller), the Boston Melodeon (1846), Mother's Assistant and Young Lady's Fried (1846, Elias Howe Co.), Young America's Collection, and so on.