ca. 1780 - ca. 1830
Savage, daughter of the prominent London musician William Savage and Mary Bolt Savage, flourished as a composer of harpsichord pieces and songs in England at the end of the 18th century. She was also a virtuoso keyboard player. Her music is an example of the galant style of the late 18th century, and was very popular in its time. For further information see "Women Composers: Music Through the Ages," volume III. HPC #09814, #09404.
Works in Our Catalog:490-01127 - Rondos I & II
Works in Our Collections:
- A Favorite Duet for Two Performers on One Pianoforte or Harpsichord ed. Sally Fortino - found in Music for One Piano, 4 Hands