Black, Andrew, British baritone; b. Glasgow, Jan. 15, 1859; d. Sydney, Australia, Sept. 15, 1920. He studied singing in London with Randegger and Welch, then in Milan with Scafati. He made his London debut at the Crystal Palace on July 30, 1887. In 1893 he was appointed prof. of singing at the Royal Manchester Coll. of Music. In 1913 he settled in Australia.
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