Saint-George, Henry , English instrumentalist and writer on music, son of George Saint-George; b. London, Sept. 26, 1866; d. there, Jan. 30, 1917. He studied the violin with his father, with whom he subsequently gave concerts, playing works for early instruments. He was ed. of The Strad. He publ. The Bow. Its History, Manufacture and Use (1895; third ed., 1922), The Place of Science in Music (1905), and Fiddles: Their Selection, Preservation and Betterment (1910).
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