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Charlotte de Rothschild (soprano);

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MOORE, Douglas Stuart
b Cutchogue, New York, 10 August 1893
d Greenport, New York, 25 July 1969, aged seventy-five

He was educated at Yale, then served in the Navy. In 1919 he went to Paris studying with d'Indy and Boulanger. In 1921 he accepted a position with the Cleveland Museum, and in 1926 was appointed to teach at Columbia University, remaining there until his retirement in 1962. He was president of the National Institute and the American Academy of Arts and Letters. He received many honorary degrees.

1924 (31)

The Pageant of P.T. Barnum, suite for orchestra

1928 (35)

A Symphony of Autumn

Moby Dick, for orchestra

1929 (36)

Violin Sonata

1930 (37)

Overture on an American Theme

1933 (40)

String Quartet

1935 (42)

White Wings, opera (possibly

1948)

1936 (43)

The Headless Horseman, opera

1938 (45)

Dedication, for chorus

1939 (46)

The Devil and Daniel Webster, opera

1941 (48)

Village Music, suite for small orchestra

1942 (49)

Quintet for woodwinds and horn

1943 (50)

In Memoriam, symphonic poem

1944 (51)

Down East Suite, for violin with piano or orchestra

1945 (52)

Symphony in A major

1946 (53)

Quintet for clarinet and strings

1947 (54)

Farm journal, suite for chamber orchestra

1948 (55)

The Emperor's New Clothes, opera for children

1950 (57)

Giants in the Earth, opera

1952 (59)

Cotillion, suite for string orchestra

1953 (60)

Piano Trio

1956 (63)

The Ballad of Baby Doe, opera

1957 (64)

Gallantry, a soap opera

1961 (68)

Wings of the Dove, opera

1962 (69)

The Greenfield Christmas Tree, a Christmas entertainment

1966 (73)

Carry Nation, opera

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