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Homer Newton Bartlett

An American author of prolific production. Bartlett was also an organist and pianist whose compositions are the genre of opera, operetta, oratorio, cantata, sextet, concerto, symphonic poetry, marches, and even more. A few of his even more noted works consist of “La Valliere,” “Samuel,” “Magic Hours,” “Tocatta in E,” “Collection …

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Iosif Ivanovici

Students of Riedl and Lehr, Ivanovici made up fanfares, marches, waltzes and different folk melodies. A few of his functions were constructed for military rings but he was adept and well-known for his piano parts and vocal functions for celebrations of your day. “Valurile Dunarii” (The Danube Waves) was probably …

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