The Rawlins Piano Trio / Henry Hadley, Daniel Gregory Mason, Ernest Bloch, Charles Wakefield Cadman - 4 American Composers album download
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|1||Trio, Opus 132
Composed By – Henry Kimball Hadley
|2||Sentimental Sketches, Opus 34
Composed By – Daniel Gregory Mason
Composed By – Ernest Bloch
|4||Trio In D Major, Op. 56
Composed By – Charles Wakefield Cadman
- Copyright (c) – Albany Records
- Cello [The Rawlins Piano Trio] – Richard Rognstad
- Ensemble – The Rawlins Piano Trio
- Piano [The Rawlins Piano Trio] – Susan Keith Gray
- Violin [The Rawlins Piano Trio] – John Thomson
NotesThis CD marks the first recording of the works by Henry Hadley and Daniel Gregory Mason and includes re-issues of those by Ernest Bloch and Charles Wakefield Cadman.
Ernest Bloch, John Powell (11), Daniel Gregory Mason - The Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Walter Hendl, Dean Dixon (2) - Three Jewish Poems, Rhapsodie Nègre For Piano And Orchestra, Chanticleer (Album). The Rawlins Piano Trio, Henry Hadley, Daniel Gregory Mason, Ernest Bloch, Charles Wakefield Cadman - 4 American Composers (CD, Album).
Daniel Gregory Mason related to Huss in 1892, that John Knowles Paine, the dean of American composers with whom Mason was studying at the time, considered Huss "the best of the young generation of American composers". But like many other American composers of the time, Huss found it very difficult to get his music performed and published. His Trio in d minor, Op. 23, was composed in 1886 and dedicated to his teacher Joseph Rheinberger. The composers whose trios are performed on those discs include Henry Hadley, Daniel Gregory Mason, Charles Wakefield Cadman, Ernest Bloch, Samuel Adler, William Clifford Heilman, and Horatio Parker.
The following is a chronological list (by year of birth) of American composers of classical music. Charles Theodore Pachelbel (1690–1750). John Antes (1740–1811). William Billings (1746–1800). Justin Morgan (1747–1798). Raynor Taylor (1747–1825). Supply Belcher (1751–1836). John Christopher Moller (1755–1803). Alexander Reinagle (1756–1809). Daniel Read (1757–1836). Samuel Adams Holyoke (1762–1820). Oliver Holden (1765–1844). Benjamin Carr (1768–1831). James Hewitt (1770–1827).
Chronologically following Nicholas Tawa's The Coming of Age of American Art Music, this new study stands on its own in examining the music of the most prominent American composers active in the first three decades of the twentieth century. Among them are Edgar Stillman Kelley, Frederick Shepherd Converse, Daniel Gregory Mason, Edgar Burlingame Hill, Mabel Daniels, Henry Hadley, Deems Taylor, Charles Wakefield Cadman, Henry Gilbert, Arthur Farwell, John Powell, Arthur Shepherd, Scott Joplin, Charles Tomlinson Griffes, Marion Bauer, and John Alden Carpenter.
Mason, Daniel Gregory was born on November 20, 1873 in Brookline, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Henry and Helen Augusta (Palmer) Mason. Bachelor of Arts, Harvard University, 1895. Contemporary Composers, 1918. Artistic Ideals, 1927. The Dilemma of American Music, 1928. Tune In, America, 1931. The Chamber Music of Brahms, 1933.
Daniel Gregory Mason (November 20, 1873 – December 4, 1953) was an American composer and music critic. Mason was born in Brookline, Massachusetts. He came from a long line of notable American musicians, including his father Henry Mason, and his grandfather Lowell Mason. His cousin, John B. Mason, was a popular actor on the American and British stage.
American Suite for String Orchestra (Cadman, Charles Wakefield). C. Call Me No More (Cadman, Charles Wakefield). Album of Songs (Cadman, Charles Wakefield). Album of Ten Pieces for the Pianoforte by American Composers (Various). Anthology of American Song (Various). D. The Ditson Easy Trio Album (Rissland, Karl). The Ditson Trio Album (Rissland, Karl). php?title Category:Cadman, Charles Wakefield&oldid 2740916.
Daniel Gregory Mason. Born: 20th November 1873. Died: 4th December 1953. Birthplace: Brookline, Massachusetts, USA. Daniel Gregory Mason was an American composer and music critic. 01 Variations on 'Yankee Doodle', O. 02 3 Pieces for Flute, Harp and String Quartet, O. 3. 03 Clarinet Sonata, O. 4. 05 Long, Long the Night.