published Saturday, August 9th, 2014

Music library of James Greasby to be sold


Janie Galloway, Hixson, admires the beads of Dr. James Greasby, founder of the Bach Choir Mardi Gras Fundraiser held in Chattanooga in this file photo.
Janie Galloway, Hixson, admires the beads of Dr. James Greasby, founder of the Bach Choir Mardi Gras Fundraiser held in Chattanooga in this file photo.
Photo by Matt Fields-Johnson /Chattanooga Times Free Press.

The music library of the late Dr. James Greasby will be sold in the lobby of Memorial Auditorium on Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.

The late musician bequeathed the collection to the Chattanooga Music Club with his desire that it be sold as a fundraiser for the organization. Greasby served as president of the club in 2001-2002.

Greasby was organist/choirmaster of several Chattanooga churches, founded the Chattanooga Bach Choir and was a music teacher and faculty member of Cadek Conservatory of Music at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

Included in the library is piano music of all types, organ music by numerous composers, music teaching materials, choral works, handbell music, books, hymnals, records, CDs and reel-to-reel recordings.

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