Lamond spent his early life in Germany and was a leading interpreter of Beethoven's piano music. His move to Britain in the early 1940s may have been because his wife was Jewish, or partly Jewish but our enquirer knows little about the later years of his life except that Lamond gave a recital for the Milngavie Music Club in 1944.
The Stirling Journal Index does not mention Lamond. If anyone has any further information or would like to check out further details in the local press or other sources, do please get in touch either by email or by posting a response on the blog.
I have, meanwhile, suggested that the enquirer should get hold of the death certificate via the General Records Office in Edinburgh, which will give details of place and cause of death. The Milngavie Music Club still exists and its website mentions the concert in 1944 so they, presumably, have records going back to that time. http://www.milngaviemusic.org/history.html