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SCHUMAN, William
b. New York, 4 August 1910
d. New York, 16 Feb 1992, aged eighty-one

He played violin, banjo and double-bass, and also studied harmony and counterpoint. He graduated from the Teachers' College of Columbia University in 1935, and since then has devoted his time to composition. He has received many awards, and holds honorary doctorates from twenty American colleges and universities.

1934 (24)

Choreographic Poem, for seven instruments

1935 (25)

Symphony No 1, for eighteen instruments

1936 (26)

String Quartet No 1

1937 (27)

Symphony No 2

String Quartet No 2

Choral Etude

1939 (29)

American Festival Overture

Quartettino, for four bassoons

String Quartet No 3

Prelude for Voices

1940 (30)

Secular Cantata No 1, 'This is Our Time'

1941 (31)

Symphony No 3

Symphony No 4

Newsreel suite for orchestra

1942 (32)

Piano Concerto

Secular Cantata No 2, 'A Free Song'

Requiescat

1943 (33)

William Billings, overture

Symphony No 5 for strings

A Prayer in Time of War, for orchestra

1944 (34)

Circus Overture

Te Deum

1945 (35)

Undertow, ballet

1947 (37)

Night Journey, ballet

Violin Concerto

1948 (38)

Symphony No 6

1949 (39)

Judith, ballet

1950 (40)

String Quartet No 4

1953 (43)

The Mighty Casey, baseball opera

Voyage, for piano

1955 (45)

Credendum, for orchestra

1956 (46)

New England Triptych, for orchestra

1957 (47)

Prologues, for chorus and orchestra

1959 (49)

Three Moods, for piano

1960 (50)

Symphony No 7

1962 (52)

Song of Orpheus, fantasy for cello and orchestra

1963 (53)

Symphony No 8

1964 (54)

Symphony No 9

String Trio

1969 (59)

In Praise of Shahn, canticle for orchestra

1973 (63)

Concerto on Old English rounds, for solo viola, women's chorus and orchestra

To Thy Love, choral fantasy

1974 (64)

Prelude for a Great Occasion, for brass and percussion

1976 (66)

Symphony No 10

Casey at the Bat, cantata

The Young Dead Soldiers, for soprano, horn, woodwind and strings

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