Adams, Leonard 15.sep.1888-2.may.1984 USA NY, Buffalo - Buffalo
pianist, organist, conductor, began study of music in childhood, studied piano, organ, harmony and counterpoint with various teachers, 1908 debut in piano recital in Buffalo, 1908-1909 made a concert tour through Canada, organist and choirmaster of St. Paul's Evangelical and Bethlehem churches in Buffalo, since 1908 private teacher and at the Sherwood School of Music in Chicago Illinois, member of Musicians' Union, Guild of Allied Arts, Philharmonic Society of Buffalo, 1918 residing at 468 Monroe Street in Buffalo ; son of baker Philip Adam Adams (Germany, Darmstadt 8.oct.1845-1.jul.1890 Buffalo) and Sophia M Ackerman (Germany Bayern sep.1851-) ; 27.jul.1921 in Buffalo he married Ruth L Drefs (Buffalo 1891-17.aug.1966 Buffalo)

Title Parts

[] The Musicale. Musical play
probably never staged and not even set to music
copyright libretto Leonard Adams, Buffalo 5oct1911

[] (details unknown). 12 easy teaching pieces (in ms only). bef 1918
[] Finale from the Symphonie pathetique. Organ
music Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky, transcribed for organ Leonard Adams
pub G. Schirmer, New York & Boston 1917

[] Gavotte in A from "Iphigenia in Aulis". Organ
music Christoph Willibald Gluck, transcription from the arrangement by Johannes Brahms for piano Leonard Adams
pub Theodore Presser Co., Philadelphia 1917

[] Love from Spotty-Boy, a musical eulogy for the piano. op15
pub Leonard Adams Studios, Buffalo NY 1972
[] 1 - Love
[] 2 - Soul
[] 3 - Spirit
[] 4 - Trust
[] 5 - Dreams
[] 6 - Curiosity
[] 7 - Affection
[] 8 - Joy and happiness
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