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Arthur William Foote (5 March 1853 in Salem, Massachusetts – 8 April 1937 in Boston, Massachusetts) was an American classical composer, and a member of the "Boston Si. The other five were George Whitefield Chadwick, Amy Beach, Edward MacDowell, John Knowles Paine, and Horatio Parker. Instrumental Music In The 19th Century (LP).
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Arthur William Foote (March 5, 1853 in Salem, Massachusetts – April 8, 1937 in Boston, Massachusetts) was an American classical composer, and a member of the "Boston Si. The specific "Boston Six" are named as John Knowles Paine (1839–1906), Arthur Foote (1853–1937), George Chadwick (1854–1931), Amy Beach (1867–1944), Edward MacDowell (1861–1908), and Horatio Parker (1863–1919). John Knowles Paine American classical music George Whitefield Chadwick Arthur Foote Amy Beach. The Boston Six's other five members were Amy Beach, Arthur Foote, Edward MacDowell, George Chadwick, and Horatio Parker. George Whitefield Chadwick Second New England School Amy Beach Arthur Foote Whitney Eugene Thayer.
Album · 1997 · 12 Songs. Foote: Chamber Music Vol. 1 Arthur Foote. Listen on Apple Music.
The Chamber Music of Arthur Foote. Sound-bites and information from several works. Arthur Foote - biography page at the Unitarian Universalist Association web site. Massachusetts state churches including First Church were officially disaffiliated with the government in 1833, in the 19th century, the First Church moved to Back Bay in Boston. The building at 66 Marlborough Street in Boston dated from 1867 and was designed by Boston architects William Robert Ware, after a fire in 1968, First Church and Second Church merged and built a new building at the same location.
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|A.1.||Prelude and Fugue in d minor, Op.15, No.1|
|A.2.||Sarabande, Op.6, No.3|
|A.3.||Romance, Op.15, No.3|
|A.4.||Capriccio, Op.15, No.4
Piano – Norma Dayton
|B.1.||A May Song, Op.60, No.2|
|B.2.||Impromptu in g minor|
|B.3.||Arabesque, Op.42, No.2|
|B.4.||Gavotte, Op.8, No.1
Piano – Norma Dayton
- Music Director – Karl Krueger
- Piano – Norma Dayton
NotesThe Society for the Preservation of the American Musical Heritage - Founder and Director: Karl Krueger.
The funds for this recording we're a gift to the Society from Mr. Henry H. Reichhold.
Caution: This Stereophonic record has been recorded in accordance with RIAA specifications. REPRODUCE ONLY WITH A STEREO CARTRIDGE. Reproduction with a standard monaural cartridge will damage this record.