C.C. De Zouche

C.C. De Zouche. Music and instrument dealer and publisher active in Montreal approximately 1869-90 (after 1883, De Zouche & Atwater). The earliest-known De Zouche publication is The Church Chant Book (1878), edited by the Montreal organist Charles F. Davies.

C.C. De Zouche

C.C. De Zouche. Music and instrument dealer and publisher active in Montreal approximately 1869-90 (after 1883, De Zouche & Atwater). The earliest-known De Zouche publication is The Church Chant Book (1878), edited by the Montreal organist Charles F. Davies. The other35 publications traced by 1990 date from the years 1880-3 and include songs or dances by the Montreal organist William Powell, the Ottawa orchestra leader C.J. Arthur Marier, and others. Davies' 'The Prairie Settler's Song' (1882) provided the theme for Robert Turner's orchestral variations of 1974. De Zouche issued Canadian editions of music by Michael Balfe, Frederick Boscovitz, 'Claribel' (Mrs Barnard), and others and published Arthur Sullivan's 'Dominion Hymn'.

See also Patriotic songs