Andrews, Hilda [ Mrs. G. M. Lees] (b Birmingham, 1900; d Louth, Lincs., 1983). Eng. musicologist. Ed. of Byrd's My Ladye Nevells Booke, North's Musicall Grammarian (part of his Memoires of Musick), biography of Sir Richard Terry (1948), etc. Compiler of Catalogue of misc. MS Mus. in King's (now Royal) Music Library.
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