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Catherine Urner (1891-1942) and Charles Koechlin (1867-1950) : a musical affaire

Author: Barbara Urner Johnson
Publisher: Aldershot, Hants ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Catherine Urner journeyed to Paris to study with Charles Koechlin after winning a prize for several years' study of music abroad. She studied with him from 1919-1921, when she returned to America and was appointed director of vocal music at Mills College. She continued to compose and give vocal recitals throughout California and made several more trips to Paris where her first string quartet premiered at Salle
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Genre/Form: Biography
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Named Person: Catherine Urner; Charles Kœchlin; Charles Kœchlin; Catherine Urner; Charles Kœchlin; Catherine Urner; Catherine Urner; Charles Koechlin
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara Urner Johnson
ISBN: 0754633314 9780754633310
OCLC Number: 50851906
Notes: List of Catherine Urner's works: p. [213]-222.
Description: xii, 236 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: "The 'Wakening" (1891-1921) --
"Return" (1921-25) --
"Starlight in the Music" (1925-27) --
"The Bride of a God" (1927-29) --
"Le reve et la vie" (1929-33) --
"Sur les flots lointains" (1933-35) --
"After Parting" (1935-37) --
"The Heart of the Woman" (1937-39) --
"Shadow of a Cloud" (1939-40) --
"Come Away, Death" (1941-42) --
Epilogue (1942 and Beyond) --
A Hindu Legend/The Bride of a God --
The Suicide.
Responsibility: Barbara Urner Johnson.

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Charles Koechlin found in Catherine Urner a most un-American individual who was serious about French music and France. As a pupil he taught her much about composition, but it was love that brought  Read more...

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