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Frederick Ter Linden (1838 or 1839 — 12 May 1891)
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- Musical Times July 1 1891 ("Frederick ter Linden, an able organist and teacher of that instrument at Sherbrooke (U.S.), died at that town on May 12, aged fifty-two.")
Apparently Sherbrooke in question is Sherbrooke Quebec, not Sherbrooke anywhere in the US, though the 1874 score here suggests Maine connections. From another site May 1891 deaths
- we have this: "FRED TER LINDEN Formerly bandmaster at WEST POINT AND DAVID'S ISLAND, died at SHERBROOKE QUE ON TUESDAY." And indeed, Ter Linden appears in a PDF of "Teachers of Music with the USMA Band, as the band's 7th T(eacher) (of) M(usic), his position revoked when he went on report for public drunkenness. (Page 3 of 28; PDF is Here
His brother, Anton ter Linden, taught at Music College of Kingsbergen (as noted in the PDF he was of Dutch family.)
Compositions by: Ter Linden, Frederick
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