Lewis, Carrie Nichols Bullard (Rich, Caryl B) (fem) 26.dec.1865-1951 USA Massachusetts, Boston - Boston Melrose
educated at Boston public schools and the Girls Latin School, studied piano with William H Sherwood and 1890-1892 in Germany, 1890 residing in Boston Brookline, 1895-1940 in Boston Somerville, 1914-1940 at 20 Professors Row, Tufts College in Boston Medford, 1932 active in Los Angeles California, 1934 received an AM honorary degree from Tufts College ; daughter of dry goods merchant Gardner W Bullard (Vermont, Swanton 13.may.1833-1915 Boston Somerville) and Frances 'Fannie' Kingsley Field (Boston nov.1841-b1930 Boston) ; 21.dec.1892 in Boston Brookline she married professor of music at Tufts College and composer Leo Rich Lewis (Vermont, South Woodstock 11.feb.1865-8.sep.1945 Boston Cambridge) ; their only child Philip Bullard Lewis (Boston Somerville 19.jun.1895-) ; sister of composer Frederick Field Bullard (Boston 21.sep.1864-24.jun.1904 Boston)

[in Ayars 1937 also erroneously named Carrie Ballard]

Title Parts


[] The singing leaves. Collection of 26 children's songs. 1906
[] The methodical music master. Operetta for mixed quartet. Boston 1907
libretto C. A. Neidig

[] 4 Children's songs
pub Boston Music Co., Boston 1907
[] 1 - The seamstress. words H. B. Sterling
[] 2 - My lammie. words A. B. Badlam
[] 3 - Lullaby lane. words A. B. Badlam
[] 4 - Sport and rest. words A. B. Badlam
[] Pussies' answer. Song
words A. B. Badlam
pub Oliver Ditson Co., Boston 1907

[] He calleth thee. Religious song
words L. D. Hagarty
pub Charles W. Homeyer, Boston 1908

[] Rock-a-bye
words A. B. Badlam
pub Oliver Ditson Co., Boston 1908

[] One day's fun. Children's operetta. Boston 1908
libretto A.G. Lewis

(Abraham) Lincoln day program
authors Edwin Courtlandt Bolles, Daniel Lee Maulsby
music Leo R. Lewis and Carrie Bullard
pub Perry Mason Co., Boston 1909

[] 4 Songs
pub Charles W. Homeyer, Boston 1909
[] 1 - The runaway. words H. B. Sterling
[] 2 - A dear little goose. words M. M. Dodge
[] 3 - A Christmas Eve thought. words H. B. Sterling
[] 4 - A moon bath. words A. W. McCullough
[] Nature songs and lullabies. Collection of children's songs. 1909
words A. B. Badlam

[] The song child. Collection of children's songs. 1909
[] The whispered song
words J. K. Bangs
pub Oliver Ditson Co., Boston 1911

[] He that dwelleth in the secret place. Anthem. Voices and organ. 1911
[] The fairy godmother's lesson. Children's operetta. Boston 1912
libretto Abbie Goodwin Lewis

[] The moo-cow-moo. Song. Medium voice in A flat. 1913
words Edmund Vance Cooke (1866-1932)
pub Boston Music Co., Boston 1913

[] Why?
words H. B. Sterling
pub Boston Music Co., Boston 1913

[] Things I'll never do
words L. Heald
pub Boston Music Co., Boston 1913

[] The rose and the ring. Operetta extravaganza. Soli and mixed voices. b1914
libretto Mary W. Kingsley
pub by White-Smith Music Publishing Co., Boston 1935
reviewed by Susan T. Canfield in the Music Educators Journal May-June 1935

[] The queen of the garden. Children's operetta. 1914
libretto F. H. Martens

[] The jolly Robin
pub Boston Music Co., Boston 1914

[] My pony trots. Six easy, recreative and instructive compositions for the pianoforte
pub Allan & Co., Melbourne Australia c1914

[] Cheery chirps for children. 10 Songs
pub Boston Music Co., Boston 1916

[] Grandfather's love. Song. 16jan1916
words Sara Teasdale Filsinger

[] Owl and the pussy-cat. Song. Voice and piano
words Edward Lear
pub Silver, Burdett & Co., New York 1916

[] The world. Partsong for school or mixed voices. 1916
words William Brighty Rands

[] A sky voyage. Partsong for school or mixed voices. 1917
words Edith M. Thomas

[] Good enuf to eat. A l'il song
words J. S. Stevens
pub Tufts College Bookstore, Tufts College, Medford 1918

[] It was but lately
words C. B. R.
pub Tufts College Bookstore, Tufts College, Medford 1918

[] Royal House pageant. Epilogue. Oratorio. Mixed choir. 1930
words Ruth Dame Coolidge

[] Sunshine of love. Song
words and music Carrie Bullard
copyrighted Los Angeles 25jan1932

[] Rollicking road. Male voices
words Elizabeth Watson
copyrighted 26dec1932

[] (titles unknown). Songs
mentioned in Christine Merrick Ayars 1937
pub by Charles W. Homeyer, Boston & Co., Boston 1930-1936

[] The captivity. Cantata. Soprano, tenor, baritone, mixed choir and piano
words from Oliver Goldsmith
pub Tufts College, Boston Medford 1938

[] From the shining lakes between the hills. Choir
[] I was the road that bore the load. Choir
[] Down from the haze of glacial days. Choir
[] Carnival of the flowers. Operetta
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