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George Putnam Upton (1834–1919)

Upton, George Putnam. An American journalist and musical critic; born in Roxbury, MA, Oct. 25, 1834; removed to Chicago, 1855, and was identified with musical journalism; died in 1919. He published: ‘Letters of Peregrine Pickle’ (1869); ‘The Great Fire’ (1872); ‘Memories’ (translated from Max Müller, 1879); ‘Woman in Music,’ an essay (1880); ‘Lives’ of Hayden, Liszt, and Wagner (1883–84); ‘The Standard Operas’ (1885); ‘The Standard Oratorios’ (1886); ‘The Standard Cantatas’ (1887); ‘The Standard Symphonies’ (1888); ‘Life of Theodore Thomas’ (1905); ‘In Music Land’ (1913).