Jeanne Dolmetsch

Born:
Aug 15, 1942
Born:
Oct 29, 2018

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About

From Dolmetsch Summer School – Jeanne Dolmetsch:

Jeanne Dolmetsch was the daughter of Dr. Carl Dolmetsch C.B.E. and a grand-daughter of Arnold Dolmetsch. Taught recorder, viol and harpsichord by her father, she went on from The Royal Naval School, Haslemere to study violin and piano at The Royal Academy of Music, London where she gained her L.R.A.M.

Like her younger twin-sister Marguerite, she was an active professional musician giving concerts throughout Great Britain and abroad. She lectured for The Decorative and Fine Arts Society, adjudicated for the British Federation of Music Festivals and worked as an editor, arranger and reviewer. Jeanne Dolmetsch died in Guildford, Surrey on 29 October 2018

From Jeanne Dolmetsch (1942-2018) – ProQuest

Last updated on September 24, 2021

Sessions


Wild Life session #4

Jul 29, 1971 • Songs recorded during this session appear on Wild Life


"Post Card" sessions

Early October 1968 to early December 1968 • Songs recorded during this session appear on Post Card (UK version - Stereo)

Albums, EPs & singles which Jeanne Dolmetsch contributed to


Wild Life

By Wings • LP

Contribution: Recorder • 1 songs


Love Is Strange / I Am Your Singer

By Wings • 7" Single

Contribution: Recorder • 1 songs


Wild Life (1993)

By Wings • Official album

Contribution: Recorder • 1 songs


Wild Life - Archive Collection

By Wings • Official album

Contribution: Recorder • 1 songs


Wild Life (50th Anniversary)

By Wings • LP

Contribution: Recorder • 1 songs

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