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Boston Circa 1900 / David C. Neely, Violin. [CD]

Publisher: Albany Records

Neely performs music by Harry Newton Redman and Clara Kathleen Rogers. With Catherine Herbener, piano.

$17.98
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Nineteenth Century American Art Songs, Vol. 2 : For Medium Voice & Piano.

Publisher: Hildegard Music

Contains seven songs by : Eleanor Everest Freer, Catherine Urner and Clara Kathleen Rogers.

$15.50 $13.95
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Seventeen Songs : For Voice And Piano / Selected And With An Introduction By Maria Jane Loizou.

Publisher: Recital Publications

Rogers was an English composer and singer at the turn of the 20th century. These songs are reprinted from editions published by Arthur P. Schmidt & Co. of Boston, and held in the library of the New England Conservatory of Music.

$32.00 $28.80
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Folk Songs Of Different Nationalities : For Voice And Piano.

Publisher: Recital Publications

This is a collection of settings of folk songs from Germany, Scotland, England, Ireland and Switzerland. All the texts are in English. Reprinted from the 1900 edition published by Arthur P. Schmidt of Boston. With an introduction by Maria Jane Loizou.

$15.00 $13.50
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Chamber Music : Parts.

Publisher: A-R Editions
Series: Recent Researches In American Music
, Vol. 42P

Complete set of performance parts for the music included in volume 42.

$40.00 $36.00
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Sonata Dramatico, Op. 25 : For Violin and Piano / edited by Delight Malitsky.

Publisher: Hildegard Music

Born in England, Rogers was known as an opera singer under the name Clara Doria, and also wrote a number of works of chamber music. Biographical and editorial note.

$26.50
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Chamber Music / Score edited by Judith Radell and Dieter Wulfhorst.

Publisher: A-R Editions
Series: Recent Researches In American Music
, Vol. 42
ISBN13: 9780895794840

Rogers was part of an important Boston musical family. This volume includes her String Quartet in D minor, op. 5; Soanta in G major for cello and piano, op. 23; and Reverie for cello and piano. With an introduction, facsimile plates and critical report.

$75.00 $67.50
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