Emile, Anders 17.jun.1892-5.jun.1976 Norway, Arandal - USA Minnesota, Minneapolis Ramsey
organist, conductor, 1914 emigrated to the USA, 1917-1918 as musician residing at 938 55th Street in Brooklyn, 1923 organist of the Sunset Park Methodist Episcopal Church in Brooklyn, 1924-1930 as church organist and private music teacher residing at 10 Albion Place in Richmond Staten Island NY, 1940-1942 employed by the Board of Higher Education New York City residing at 10 Albion Place, 1945-1962 music teacher at Hunter College of the City University of New York City, founder and director of the Hunter College Choir, 1959 residing at 6 Sunrise Terrace Staten Island NY ; 8.oct.1923 in Brooklyn he married Thordis Judith Johnson (Brooklyn 13.oct.1904-17.sep.1990 Minneapolis)

[in Mellen 1986 (and many other sources) erroneously named Anders, Emile]

Title Parts

[] King Harald, the life that is free. Opera in 3 acts. Hunter College Playhouse, New York 7jan1948
libretto Pearl Cleveland Wilson (1883-1976)

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