Bell, Lucile Anderson (fem) 27.nov.1894-31.mar.1988 USA Missouri, St Louis - Pennsylvania, Du Bois
pianist, 1910 studied piano and counterpoint at the Visitation Convent Academy in St Louis where she and her sister Adelaide (5.aug.1897-) had been admitted after the death of their mother, studied with Alexander Raab and composition with Paul Creston at Chicago Musical College (she said she never studied composition), studied with Felix Gunther at New York University, with Philip Dettra at Pennsylvania State University, received ASCAP awards, pianist on radio in Chicago and WNYC in New York, music teacher with studio at Carnegie Hall New York, music teacher in Du Bois, 1976 residing at 117 West Scribner Avenue Du Bois, 1978 she tried to locate the burial place of her father at the Masonic Plot of Elmwood Cemetery in Columbia ; daughter of real estate auditor and freemason Herbert George Anderson (Northern Ireland, Belfast 9.may.1870-5.nov.1913 SC, Columbia) and Emma M Williford (Illinois sep.1877-b1910 St Louis) ; 22.sep.1943 she divorced from her husband Bell

Title Parts

[] A bit of Irish. Piano. 1943
[] Burletta on a Bach theme. Piano. 1943
[] Lead us on, Thomas Paine. Voice and piano
words Charles van Cott
pub Chappell & Co., New York 21aug1950, renewed 22aug1977

[] Autumn fever
words Walter J. Raphael
copyright Lucile Anderson Bell 30jan1951

[] Paddie's day in Ireland
words Kathleen B. MacCormack
copyright Mrs. Paul Brosseau and Lucile Anderson Bell 13feb1952

[] Let's go places
words Mary Wellington
copyright Mary Wellington and Lucile Anderson Bell 26may1953

[] I take your hand, dear heart of mine
words and music Lucile Anderson Bell, copyright 14feb1957
she used the pseudonyms Maria Drean and Maria Dreau

[] C'est fini (It is finished)
English words and music Lucile Anderson Bell, copyright 26jan1960

[] Am I surprised
word and music Lucile Anderson Bell, copyright 5feb1960

[] So much to say
words and music Lucile Anderson Bell, copyright 5feb1960

[] But I like the way I feel
words and music Heidi Anderson, pseudonym of Lucile Anderson Bell, copyright 7sep1960

[] Three moods. Flute and piano
[] Lullaby. Voice and piano
words George Ward

[] Runaway slave. Song cycle
[] Black Eagle. Song cycle
words Elizabeth Browning

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