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Samuel Gardner
American musician

Samuel Gardner

Samuel Gardner
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Quick Facts

Intro American musician
Was Musician Educator Composer Music educator Violinist
From United States of America
Field Academia Music
Gender male
Birth 25 August 1891, Kropyvnytskyi
Death 23 January 1984, New York City (aged 92 years)
The details (from wikipedia)


Samuel Gardner (August 25, 1891 – January 23, 1984) was an American composer and violinist of Russian origin. He won a Pulitzer prize with a string quartet in 1918. He was a student of Franz Kneisel and Percy Goetschius, and began his career as a concert violinist; among his compositions is a violin concerto. He wrote a number of other chamber works, and a handful of things for orchestra, including Broadway, which was performed by the Boston Symphony in the 1929-30 season.

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