- Author:Wilma Reid Cipolla
- Publisher:Pendragon Pr (September 1, 1980)
- Pages:214 pages
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Arthur Foote (Composer, Arranger)
Arthur Foote (Composer, Arranger). Arthur Foote's music, a product of the Romantic tradition, is notable for its frne lyrical élan. F. Kopp, Arthur Foote: American Composer and Theorist (dissertation, University of Rochester, 1957) D. Alviani: The Choral Church Music of Arthur Wiiliam Foote (dissertation, Union Theological Seminary, 1962) D. Moore: The Cello Music of Arthur Foote, 1853-1937 (dissertation, Catholic University of America, 1977) W. Cipolla: A Catalog of the Works of Arthur Foote (1853-1937) (Detroit, 1980).
Arthur Foote was born in 1853 in Salem, Massachusetts, and grew up in Boston. He was one of the founders of the American Guild of Organists in 1896 and served as national president from 1909 to 1912
Arthur Foote was born in 1853 in Salem, Massachusetts, and grew up in Boston. After beginning his music education at age twelve, he studied harmony at the New England Conservatory before entering Harvard College in 1870. There he studied counterpoint and fugue with John Knowles Paine. He was one of the founders of the American Guild of Organists in 1896 and served as national president from 1909 to 1912. During his lifetime, his compositions in the area of chamber music brought him most acclaim, including performances at the World Exposition of 1893. Several of his orchestral compositions were premiered by the Boston Symphony.
by. Daniell, Alfred, 1853-1937. nrlf ucb:GLAD-117491958.
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2 See the reprint of Foote's 1946 autobiography, Arthur Foote, 1853–1937: An Autobiography, with a new introduction and notes by Wilma Reid Cipolla (New York: Da Capo Press, 1979). 3 Moses Smith, A Tribute to Arthur Foote: An address delivered at a memorial concert, Lasell Junior College, Auburndale, Mass. July 22, 1937, in Arthur Foote, Arthur Foote 1853–1937, 125–26. Born in Virginia, Johnson received her . degree from Evangel University in Missouri, .