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HARRIS, Roy
b Lincoln County, Oklahoma, 12 February 1898
d Santa Monica, California, 1 October 1979, aged eight-one

In 1919 he entered the University of California at Berkeley, and in 1926 went to Paris to study with Boulanger. He won the Guggenheim Fellowship in 1927/8 the Creative Fellowship from Pasadena Music and Arts Association, and was awarded honorary musical doctorates from Rutgers and the University of Rochester. He held many teaching posts.

1926 (28)

Impressions of a Rainy Day, for string quartet

1927 (29)

Concerto for clarinet and string quartet

1928 (30)

Piano Sonata

1929 (31)

American Portraits, for orchestra

1930 (32)

String Quartet No 1

1931 (33)

Toccata, for orchestra

1932 (34)

Chorale for strings

Fantasy for piano and woodwind quintet

String Sextet

1933 (35)

Symphony No 1

String Quartet No 2

1934 (36)

Symphony No 2

When Johnny Comes Marching horn e, overture

Songs for Occupations, for chorus

Piano Trio

1936 (38)

Symphony for Voices

Time Suite, for orchestra

Prelude and Fugue for string orchestra

Piano Quintet

1937 (39)

Symphony No 3

String Quartet No 3

1938 (40)

Soliloquy and Dance, for viola and piano

1939 (41)

Symphony No 4

String Quartet No 4

1940 (42)

Western Landscape, ballet

Challenge, for baritone, chorus and orchestra

American Creed, for orchestra

Evening Piece, for orchestra

Ode to Truth, for orchestra

String Quintet

1941 (43)

From This Earth, ballet

Acceleration, for orchestra

Violin Sonata

1942 (44)

Piano Concerto with band

Symphony No 5

What so proudly we hail, ballet

1943 (45)

Cantata for chorus, organ and brass

Mass for male chorus and organ

1944 (46)

Symphony No 6

1945 (47)

Piano Concerto No 1

1946 (48)

Concerto for two pianos

Accordion Concerto

1947 (49)

Quest, for orchestra

1948 (50)

Elegy and Paean, for viola and orchestra

1949 (51)

Kentucky Spring, for orchestra

1951 (53)

Cumberland Concerto, for orchestra

Symphony No 7

1953 (55)

Piano Concerto No 2

Abraham Lincoln Walks at Midnight, chamber cantata

1954 (56)

Fantasy for piano and orchestra

1956 (58)

Folk Fantasy for Festivals, for piano and choir

1959 (61)

Give Me the Splendid Silent Sun, cantata for baritone and orchestra

1961 (63)

Canticle to the Sun, cantata for soprano and chamber orchestra

1962 (64)

Symphony No 8

Symphony No 9

1963 (65)

Epilogue to Profiles in Courage: J.F.K., for orchestra

Salute to Death, for voices and orchestra

1964 (66)

Duo for cello and piano

Horn of Plenty, for orchestra

1965 (67)

Symphony No 10

Rhythm and Spaces, for string orchestra

1967 (69)

Symphony No 11

1968 (70)

Concerto for amplified piano, brass and percussion

Piano Sextet

1969 (71)

Symphony No 12

Symphony No 13 (possibly 1969)

1975 (77)

Symphony No 14

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