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Marion Bauer

Marion Bauer

Marion Bauer


Marion Eugénie Bauer (b. Walla Walla, Washington, August 15, 1882; d. South Hadley, Massachusetts, August 9, 1955) was an American composer. The daughter of French Jewish immigrants,[1] she studied piano with her sister Emilie in their hometown, and later with Henry Holden Huss and Eugene Heffley in New York. She studied harmony and analysis with Nadia Boulanger, in exchange for English lessons, and piano with Raoul Pugno, both in Paris. She also Read more on Last.fm
Marion Eugénie Bauer (b. Walla Walla, Washington, August 15, 1882; d. South Hadley, Massachusetts, August 9, 1955) was an American composer. The daughter of French Jewish immigrants,[1] she studied piano with her sister Emilie in their hometown, and later with Henry Holden Huss and Eugene Heffley in New York. She studied harmony and analysis with Nadia Boulanger, in exchange for English lessons, and piano with Raoul Pugno, both in Paris.

She also studied counterpoint and form with Paul Ertel in Berlin and composition with Walter Henry Rothwell in New York. She studied at the Paris Conservatory with André Gedalge (Hisama 2001, p.4-5) Her students include Miriam Gideon and Milton Babbitt. She wrote the book Twentieth Century Music, published in 1933, as well as articles for The Musical Leader. Her music, unlike her lectures and writings, was traditionally tonal till her studies with Gedalge and transitions to an impressionistic style till the forties when she adopted the twelve-tone technique. (ibid) She co-founded the American Music Guild and served on the board of the League of American Composers. Read more on Last.fm.

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