"The Servant Girl" (1918), oil on canvas, 152.5 x 61 cm, of the painter Amedeo Modigliani, contemporary of Demuth (Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo)

Norman Demuth

Norman Demuth


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Norman Demuth, who wrote music for orchestra, chamber and vocal music, was born in South Croydon on the 15th July 1898, the same year of the composers Abramsky, Arundell, Bacarisse, Bacon, Cheslock, Claflin, Delannoy, Eisler, Gershwin, Hamerik, Harsányi, Hába, James, Knipper, Krohn, Lazarus, Massarani, Mihalovici, Mulder, Plaza-Alfonzo, Rankl, Rubinstein, Ullmann. He died in Chichester on the 21 April 1968

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"Conte vénitien" was performed in 1947

"Le Flambeau" was performed in 1948

"Volpone" has been represented in 1949

"The Oresteia" was performed in 1950

"Rogue Scapin" has been represented in 1954


"Infant Joy" (I have no name), published in 1927, text of William Blake (1757-1827)

"The Shepherd" (How sweet is the Shepherd's sweet lot), published in 1938, text of William Blake (1757-1827)


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