Almand, Claude Marion 31.may.1915-12.sep.1957 USA Louisiana, Winnsboro - Florida, Deland (car accident)
pianist, organist, teacher, studied with Howard Hanson and Bernard Rogers, 1934 BM and BM from Louisiana College in Pineville, 1938 MM from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, 1940 PhD from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester NY, 1940-1944 professor of music at George Peabody College for Teachers in Nashville Tennessee, 1941 honarable mention Prix de Rome, 1944-1948 professor of music at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, 1944-1953 head of the Theory Department and professor of composition at the University of Louisville Kentucky, 1950 residing at 1404 Cross Road in Louisville, 1953-1957 dean at Stetson University School of Music in Deland ; son of Baptist minister Claudius 'Claude' Fortson Almand (Louisiana, Webster 24.aug.1872-9.feb.1959 Louisiana, Arcadia) and Pearl Harrison (Louisiana 22.oct.1878-2.aug.1971 Arcadia) ; 27.jul.1950 in Greenville South Carolina he married pianist and university teacher of piano Lenoir Patton (Greenville 2.jun.1913-18.aug.2001 Deland), they had no children and she never remarried

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[] Pondy woods. 1938
[] The legend of Last Isle. Orchestra. 1939
[] Symphony The wasteland. Orchestra. 1940
[] String quartet. 1941
[] Piano sonata no2. 1941
[] Chorale. Chamber orchestra. 1943
[] Toccata. 1944
[] Noel. Organ. 1946
[] Piano sonata no4. 1946
[] John Gilbert, a steamboat overture. Orchestra. 1948
commissioned by the Louisville Orchestra

[] Piano concerto. 1949
commissioned by the Louisville Orchestra

[] Dedication. Anthem. Choir. 1950
[] Roustabout. Overture for band. 1952
[] Piano sonata no5. 1952
[] The Resurrection story. Cantata. Soprano, tenor, baritone and choir
pub Broadman Press, Nashville Tennessee 1959
[] 1 - What bruises do I see
[] 2 - Now on the first day of the week
[] 3 - It was early in the morning
[] 4 - But Mary stood weeping outside the tomb
[] 5 - Now glad of heart be every one
[] 6 - On the evening of that day
[] 7 - Ascention and exaltation
[] Two songs for baritone [] 1 - Vagabond
[] 2 - The tree and the image
[] Three songs for soprano
words Herbert Beattie
dedication: To Martha Graham Hill and Doris Davis
[] 1 - Morning
[] 2 - Sleep
[] 3 - Dance
[] Fanfare of praise. Choir
[] Psalm 100. Choir
[] Anthem on a poem by W. C. Bryant
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