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Sowerby, Leo Carl Fischer LLC Sowerby, Leo St Davids Episcopal Church Inc Sowerby, Leo TACT North Sowerby, Luan
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Sowerby, Leo First Plymouth Congregational Church Sowerby, Leo St Davids Episcopal Church Inc Sowerby, Leo TACT North
|3. Nuty.pl - ¦wiat Nut Dla Ciebie - Publikacje: Sowerby Leo |
SOWERBY, LEO BIOGRAPHY (1895 1968) Leo Sowerby holds an unrivalled position among American organists and composers for the organ, writing a quantity of works for the instrument
|4. Sowerby, Leo |
Biographical data, recommended CDs, books and sheet music, bibliography, and link to biographical essay from Dr. Estrella s Incredibly Abridged Dictionary of Composers.
|5. Leo Sowerby At 100 |
Biography and retrospective upon the occasion of his one hundredth birthday with emphasis on his organ and choir works.
|6. Sowerby, Leo - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Sowerby, Leo |
US composer and pianist. He served as a bandmaster in Europe during World War I and in 1922 won the American Prix de Rome. He was organist of St James's Episcopal Cathedral in
|7. Leo Sowerby - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia |
Sowerby, Leo . The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, second edition, edited by Stanley Sadie and John Tyrrell. London Macmillan Publishers.
|8. Organlive.com |
Welcome to Organlive.com, the best source of Organ music on the net.
|9. Leo Sowerby | Classical Composers Database |
Life, noted teachers, and major honors with links from the Classical Composers Database.
|10. Sowerby, Leo Definition Of Sowerby, Leo In The Free Online Encyclopedia. |
Sowerby, Leo (sĹŤ`É™rbÄ“), 1895â€“1968, American composer and organist, b. Grand Rapids, Mich. Sowerby studied at the American Conservatory, Chicago, and with Percy Grainger.
|11. SOWERBY Works For Organ And Orchestra - 8.559028 |
Sowerby, Leo. Conductor(s) Welsh, John. Orchestra(s) Fairfield Orchestra. Artist(s) Craighead, David; Lilly, Rita; Mulbury, David. Label Naxos. Series American Classics
|12. Leo Sowerby (American Composer) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia |
Leo Sowerby (American composer), May 1, 1895Grand Rapids, Mich., U.S. July 7, 1968Port Clinton, Ohio composer, organist, and teacher, whose organ and choral works provide a
|13. People > Sowerby, Leo, 1895-1968 > Tunes | Hymnary.org |
b. May 1, 1895, Grand Rapids, MI, d. July 7, 1968, Port Clinton, OH; composer and church musician
|14. Leo Sowerby â€” Infoplease.com |
More on Leo Sowerby from Infoplease Pulitzer Prizes in Music Pulitzer Prizes in Music (For years not listed, no award was made.) 1943 Secular Cantata No. 2, A
|15. Leo Sowerby At ClassicalStore.com |
Select a genre from below for works by Sowerby, Leo. Chamber Music; Choral Music; Concerto; Keyboard Music; Miscellaneous Music; Orchestral Music; Symphony
|16. Biographical Dictionary Of Authors, Composers, Songs & Music, Second Edition - O |
Sowerby, Leo, composer, organist, educator; b. Grand Rapids, Mich., May 1, 1895. ASCAP 1927. Educ American Cons., Chicago; private student of Arthur Olaf Andersen and C. Lampert.
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|17. Category:American Composers - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia |
Subcategories. This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 9 total. A
|18. Palmer, Christopher - Naxos Direct |
SOWERBY, LEO (1895 1968) Leo Sowerby holds an unrivalled position among American organists and composers for the organ, writing a quantity of works for the instrument, many of
|19. Sowerby, Leo |
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|20. LEO SOWERBY New World Records 80365 Trio In C-Sharp Minor Trio For |
Leo Sower by, Music Journal Annual Anthology, 1967, pp. 42 ff. Sowerby, Leo. Composition in Relation to the Church and Allied Fields in America, in Hinrichsen, Max, Organ and
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