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  Founder: Len Mullenger

b Mulhouse, Alsace, 30 January 1861
d Medfield, Massachusetts, 19 May 1935, aged seventy-four

His father was a German writer and teacher. His studies in music were with private teachers in Switzerland and Germany. He emigrated to the USA in 1881, playing violin in orchestras, and becoming assistant leader of the Boston Symphony Orchestra until 1903. Then he decided to devote himself to teaching and composing. He became Officier de l'Academie in 1906 and Chevalier de Legion d'honneur in 1919. He was awarded an honorary doctorate in music from Yale University in 1926.

1891 (30)

The Nights in the Ukraine, for violin and orchestra

1894 (33)

Fantasy Concerto, for cello and orchestra

1895 (34)

Divertimento, for violin and orchestra

1901 (40)

Divertissement Espagnol, for saxophone and orchestra

1902 (41)

Poeme, for orchestra

1905 (44)

La Mort de Tintagiles, symphonic poem for two viola d'amore and orchestra

La Villanelle du Diable, symphonic fantasy for organ and orchestra

A Pagan Poem, for piano, English horn and three trumpets

1916 (55)

Hora Mystica, symphony with men's chorus

1923 (62)

'Avant que tu ne t'en ailles', poem

1925 (64)

Memories of My Childhood, for orchestra

1928 (67)

Clowns, intermezzo

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