"Drug Store" (1927), oil on canvas, 29 x 40 in, of the painter Edward Hopper, contemporary of Clarke (The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

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Henry Leland Clarke


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The composer Henry Leland Clarke was born in Dover on the 9th March 1907, the same year of the composers Aubin, Badings, Bialas, Contilli, Desportes, Donati, Elston, Felderhof, Gebhardt, Giacobbe, Goh, Gresák, Guarnieri, Hartig, Hasegawa, Hirao, Kaufmann, Klebanov, Kono, Koval, Kozina, Ley, Maconchy, Maizel, Muench, Palester, Phillips, Polgar, Regamey, Roos, Rosseau, Ránki, Saguer, Saygun, Siqueira, Soloviev-Sedoy, Spadavecchia, Trojan, Van Durme.

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Music examples MIDI ed Mp3 of 1900


"The Loafer and the Loaf" was performed on the 1st of May 1956 in Los Angeles

"Lysistrata" was performed in Marlboro on the 9th of November 1984

Henry Leland Clarke


"Deering's Woods" (Often I think of the beautiful town), text of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807-1882)

"Autumn" (The morns are meeker than they were), text of Emily Dickinson (1830-1886)

"The year's at the spring", published in 1930, text of Robert Browning (1812-1889)

"I died for beauty" (I died for beauty, but was scarce), text of Emily Dickinson (1830-1886)

"It was your voice" (I heard a cry in the night), published in 1920, text of Sara Teasdale (1884-1933)

"Into the Sunshine" (Into the sunshine, full of the light), published in 1916, text of James Russell Lowell (1819-1891)

"Moonlight deep and tender" (O moonlight deep and tender), published in 1921, text of James Russell Lowell (1819-1891)

"Laurel in the Berkshires", published in 1961, text of Adelaide Crapsey (1878-1914)


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