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Search Aspect ( piano )
Location - Leeds & District

Helena Stocks, piano teacher (Unknown)
Black & White image1929. Photograph of Helena Stocks, a piano teacher, seated at her piano. According to Kelly's Directories of 1927 and 1932, Miss Helena M. Stocks was a teacher of music at no.8 Victoria Avenue, between York Road and East End Park.
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Maud Brown, pianist, at Albert Hall (City Centre)
Black & White imageDecember 1918. View shows Maud Brown seated at a piano at the Albert Hall during a performance of W.S. Gilbert and Ed German's 'The Moon Fairies' by the Leeds Postal Ladies Operatic and Dramatic Society. This concert in December 1918 was held in aid of St. Dunstan's Hospital for blind soldiers. The Albert Hall, situated in the Leeds Mechanics Institute, was later to become the Civic Theatre and is now part of Leeds City Musuem. Maud Brown's family were leather dressers in Otley; a Kelly's directory of 1917 lists A. Brown & Sons, chamois leather dressers, of Manor Street. Maud later emigrated to Australia.
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School Photograph, Music Room (Unknown) (13 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. A girl is seated at an upright piano, receiving one to one instruction from the teacher. The room has glazed bricks a third of the way up the wall. These were widely used when building schools, as they were easy to wash and clean, providing a hygenic environment. Both teacher and pupil are wearing typical period dress.
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Town Hall, Leeds International Pianoforte Competition (City Centre)
Black & White image1st October 1966. View of the presentation of prizes at the Leeds International Pianoforte Competition at the Town Hall. This was the second time that the triennial competition had been held, having started in 1963. The Lord Mayor of Leeds, Alderman J.S. Walsh, is among those present.
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Waterloo Road, Whitsun Sing (Pudsey)
Black & White imagec1920. Image shows a horse and cart on Waterloo Road in front of the junction with Mount Tabor Street. It is believed to be being prepared to take part in The Pudsey "Whitsun Sing", with a man sitting at a piano on top of the cart and several people standing around it. The cart has the name of Whiteley, fruiterer, Pudsey on the side. In the background toward the right is Mount Tabor Methodist Church with the attached Sunday School to its left.
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