Rosa Newmarch

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Rosa Newmarch

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Rosa Newmarch, ne Jeafferson (December 18, 1857-April 9, 1940) was an English writer on music.

Born in Leamington, Newmarch settled in London in 1880, when she began contributing articles to various literary journals. In 1883 she married Henry Charles Newmarch, thereafter using her married name in her professional work. Beginning in 1897 she did a great deal of research on Russian music, becoming one of the first English critics to champion it. After 1915 she performed a similar service for Slovak music. In addition, from 1908 until 1920 she wrote program notes for the New Queen's Hall Orchestra. Newmarch died in Worthing in 1940.


  • Tchaikovsky (1900)
  • Henry J. Wood (1904)
  • The Life and Letters of Tchaikovsky (1908)
  • The Music of Czechoslovakia (1942)
  • The Concert-Goer's Library (six volumes, 1928-48)

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  • David Ewen, Encyclopedia of Concert Music. New York; Hill and Wang, 1959.

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