Item MS-5-2, Box 3, Folder 28, Item 2 - The fountain

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Elinor Remick Warren

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MS-5-2, Box 3, Folder 28, Item 2

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  • 1934 (Publication)
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    Schirmer
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    New York (N.Y.)
  • 1934 (Creation)
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    Remick Warren, Elinor
    Place
    Los Angeles (Calif.)

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1 part (7 p.)

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(1900-1991)

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Elinor Remick Warren was a twentieth-century American neo-Romanticist composer. Born on February 23, 1900 to a Los Angeles businessman and amateur pianist, she studied music from an early age. She studied harmony with Gertrude Ross and piano with Kathryn Cocke, and published her first composition, "A Song of June," with G. Schirmer while still in high school. After graduation, she moved to New York where she studied with Frank LaForge and Dr. Clarence Dickinson, and quickly became known as a composer, piano accompanist, and piano soloist. She performed until the 1940s, when she retired to concentrate on composition. Her works range from piano solos to orchestral compositions and choral works. She spent most of her working life in Los Angeles.

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Description created by Rebecca Shaw on January 18, 2018.

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  • Box: MS-5-2, Box 3