Taylor, Sedley, 1834-1920 (musical scholar)
- Existence: 1834 - 1920
Sedley Taylor (1834-1920) was born on 29 November 1834 at Kingston, Surrey, and educated at University College London and Trinity College, Cambridge. He was fellow (1861-1869), junior bursar (1866-1869) and librarian (1870-1871) at Trinity, and curate of St. Michael's, Handsworth, Birmingham, 1863-1864. He wrote works on science and music. Taylor died at Hallowfield, Manchester, on 14 March 1920.
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Enclosure: photograph of Munro's grave in the Protestant cemetery at Rome
Artificial collection of single item or small collection accessions. Mainly correspondence but includes other papers.
Includes sketch book containing sketches of Swiss mountain scenery, lists of letter writers in CUL MS Add.6247, various music copied by, or associated with, Mary Anne Bacon and music composed by Sedley Taylor.