Arndt, Nola Blanche Locke (fem) 11.jul.1889-19.jul.1977 USA Arkansas, DeQueen Chapel Hill - NY, New York
singer, pianist, studied at Maddux Seminary in Little Rock Arkansas, at Washington University in St Louis Missouri, at Castle-on-Hudson in New York City, at the Sorbonne in Paris, the Beethoven Conservatory in St Louis, the Juilliard School in New York, in Fontainebleau and in Paris, studied with Marafioti, C Baker, Hageman, Arturo Buzzi Peccia, Oliver Denton, Bauer, Leopold Godowski, Arthur Lieber, Boleslavsky, Marcella Sembrich and Alexander Heinemann, she sang at Aeolian Hall Recital, Carnegie Hall Oratorio, Opera-Comique in Paris, on tour with the St Louis Symphony Orchestra, Congressional Club and Blue Room at the White House, Fifth Avenue Dutch Reformed Church New York and St Marks Church Brooklyn, she taught at Cape Cod Institute of Music and organized a musical department at DeQueen High School, 1952 residing at 149 West 51 Street New York with studio at Steinway Hall, buried at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Tarrytown NY, memorial stones at Redman Cemetery in DeQueen and Belleville Cemetery in Lockesburg Arkansas ; daughter of real estate agent George Todd Locke (Arkansas, Bellville near Lockesburg 28.may.1856-27.nov.1901 DeQueen) and Callie Blanche Dooley (Mississippi, Abbeyville 26.apr.1866-11.feb.1928 DeQueen) ; 1916 she married composer Felix Arndt

Title Parts

[] Childhood days wild wood days. Voice and piano
pub Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York 1921

[] Nobody loves me now
words William Tracey
pub Stark & Cowan Inc., New York 1922

[] Trying to say that I love you. Voice and piano
pub Salabert, Paris 1937

[] Piano concerto
[] Indian tribal dance
[] A la carte
[] Piano tuner
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