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Compositions by Clarence Lucas

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Biography of Clarence Lucas

Lucas, Clarence Reyolds. Mus.B. (Toronto, 1893). Studied in Montréal; at the Paris Conservatory under George Marty and Théodore Dubois (harmony). Professor of harmony and counterpoint at the Toronto College of Music, Ontario, 1889-91; taught in Utica, New York, U.S.A., 1891-93; pianist. Composed operas, piano pieces, songs, &c. b. Smithville, near Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, Oct. 19th, 1866; d. Sèvres, Paris, France, July 1st, 1947.

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Lucas, Clarence Reynolds (1866-1947)
Seven Short Pieces (Op. 75) (1.  Preludio eroico; 2. Spring song; 3. Elegy; 4. Aubade; 5. By the rivers of Babylon; 6. Super hanc petram; 7. Benediction) BE01487 In preparation
Three Pieces (Op. 36) (1. Offertorium; 2. Fugue; 3. Gloria) BE01534 In preparation
Two Pieces (Op. 31) (1. Prière; 2. Pastorale) BE01533 In preparation
Two Sketches (Op. 79) (1. Prelude & chorale in E; 2. Pastorale in G) BE01488 In preparation


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