MusicAtlas: Great Britain: London

The places on this map were mainly compiled from the book “Musical London” (by Edward Lee, 1995) and from “A musical Gazetteer of Great Britain & Ireland” (by Gerald Norris, 1981), and have not all yet been verified. In that case this is clearly indicated.

We would be very grateful if you could help us verify the places for which this is still necessary. Any other feedback is also welcome.

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Chopin

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Barbican Centre, Guildhall School of Music

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Britton, musical small-cole man..

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Bruckner 1871..

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Graves various musicians

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Pepusch..

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Weelkes

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Musicians' Chapel

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Dunstable

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Rosseter, Campion;

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R. Harris 1684, Boyce organist..

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Bernard Smith 1681..

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R. Harris 1696..

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Playford († 1686)

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W Purcell, Greene

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Coleridge-Taylor *1875..

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The Beggar's Opera

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Library

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Charles Burney

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Händel

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El. Lutyens *1906..

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Graves J.C. Bach, Samuel Webbe sr.

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instruments

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Arthur Benjamin †1960..

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Bliss 1929-39..

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Delius

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E. Clark, husband of Lutyens..

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Moeran ....-1950.

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K. Ferrier 1942-52..

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Henry Wood 1902-37

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J. Thornton..

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Manuel Garcia..

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Britten 1965-70..

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Britten 1970-76..

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Graves many composers

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Westminster School

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Graves

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Schuster

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Fothergill Chorley

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Mendelssohn

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Delius

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Mozart

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Mendelssohn

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Chopin

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Walton, ?-1948..

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Liszt, Nielsen

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Chopin with Victoria en Albert

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Chapel Royal (!)

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Chopin 1848

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Elgar..

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Harris-organ

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Tchaikovsky

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Meyerbeer

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Händel 1713-16..

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music history

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Savoy Operas..

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Sullivan..

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St Martin-in-the-Fields

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Arne *1710 ..

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Arne

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Dussek 1790s..

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J.C. Bach, Salomon

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 Mozart

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J.Chr. Smith

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music history

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Händel

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 Jimi Hendrix

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Händel’s church..

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Earl de Gray

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Rossini 1823-24..

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music history

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GravesWesley

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Royal Academy of Music..

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Th. Beecham †1961..

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Berlioz

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Wigmore Hall

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Information

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Trinity College of Music..

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Julius Benedict ..

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music history

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Queen's Hall

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Promenade Concerts

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Eric Coates †1957..

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Ch. Wesley ..

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Chopin

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Moscheles 1825-30..

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Smart

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Pauline Viardot 1870-71

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Viotti

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Folk music

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Vaughan Williams

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Constant Lambert †1951..

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Moscheles 1830-46

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Bliss 1955-+75; Shostakovich.

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Britten 1958-65..

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K. Ferrier 1952-53 (†)..

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Finzi *1901..

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E. Goossens..

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Myra Hess..

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Alma-Tadema

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EMI Studios (1931)

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Cyril Scott

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Edith Sitwell; Walton..

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Richard Addinsell

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Th. Atwood †1838..

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A. Fachiri

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Jenny d'Aranyi

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Whistler

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Warlock†

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Ireland

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Sitwell family

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Albéniz

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Finzi 1926-33..

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Malcolm Sargent 1947-67..

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instruments

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instruments

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Clementi 1820-23 

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Parry,Vaughan Williams..

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Frank Bridge ..

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Britten 1948-53..

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Ravel

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Arthur Bliss 1896-1923..

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Bliss 1948-55..

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Delius a.o.

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Clara Schumann

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Szymanowski

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Villiers Stanford 1892-1916

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Goldschmidt

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Lambert..

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Cyril Scott

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Musgrove

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Bantock *1868..

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Graves various composers

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Elgar..

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Holst

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Vaughan Williams

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Sullivan *1842

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Holst 1907-24

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Ann Storace..

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Mendelssohn

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Grieg

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Bax *1883..

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Wagner, Berlioz

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instruments

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Mendelssohn

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Littleton

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Mendelssohn

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Grove

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Tallis

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Alfonso Ferrabosco †1628

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instruments

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Dvořák

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Dvořák

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Bliss *1891..

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Holst 1908-13..

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Coleridge-Taylor..

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Sorabji

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Chandos

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Alwyn

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Alwyn

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Van Dieren

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pianos

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Tippett, Novello

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Steinway Hall

Explanation of symbols

workshop A workshop or atelier for instruments or other music items. other music Other occasional live music performances
library A library or archive. live music A concert hall or other place for live music.
conservatory A conservatory or music school. historic performances A place where composers or musicians performed or were employed.
house closed A house or building that is closed to the public. house open to public A house or building that can be visited by the public.
monument A single monument. monuments Two or more monuments.
museum A museum. opera house or theatre Opera house or other place for music theatre performances.
organ A memorial or interesting organ. memorial tablet A memorial tablet or stone.
grave A single grave. graves Two or more graves.