Charles Duff (c.1760-c.1822) lived in Dundee, and for a while in Montrose. He was a musician, Dundee music seller (trading as Duff & Chalmers), employed at concerts and balls, and apparently at one time Leader of the Musical Society in Dundee. He tuned pianos in 'Montrose, Aberdeen, Brechin and Forfar' (Glen 1, xiii). The brother of dancing master Archibald Duff, Charles may also have taught dancing. SBTI lists Duff as music seller in Dundee, at 30 High Street in 1818, and the Nethergate in 1822.
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