Kemp, Ian (b Edinburgh, 1931). Scottish musicologist and teacher. Worked for Schott's 1954–64. Lect. in mus. Aberdeen Univ. 1964–71, Cambridge Univ. 1972–6. Prof. of mus. Leeds Univ. 1977–81, Manchester Univ. 1981–91. Author of books on Tippett and Hindemith, ed. Vol.13 New Berlioz Edition.
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