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Linter, Ricardo (1815-1886)


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Additional comments: Quote from the link below: Linter, Ricardo, pianist and composer, was born in Devonshire about 1815. In 1862 he went to Cheltenham, and became a successful teacher and pianist. He held the position of organist of St. James' and St. Luke's Churches, Cheltenham. Died at Cheltenham, February 6, 1886. Composer of a large number of polkas, quadrilles, variations on airs, and other works for pf. Songs, and other vocal music.

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Last updated/corrected 19-8-2016