Normand Lockwood


"Guitar and Music Paper" (1926), oil on canvas, 65 x 81 cm, of the painter Juan Gris, contemporary of Lockwood (Saidenberg Gallery, New York)

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The musician Normand Lockwood was born in New York on the 19th March 1906, the same year of the composers Adaskin, Balanchivadze, Borck, Borris, Brkanovic, Capdevielle, Caturla, Cooke, Gideon, Hutchings, Kreutz, Kókai, Liljefors, Lopes-Graça, Lutyens, Mirouze, Moyzes, O Gallagher, Papandopulo, Pergament, Pittaluga, Raciunas, Rollin, Saikkola, Schaeuble, Shostakovich, Talma, Tamkin, Thiriet.

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Music examples MIDI ed Mp3 of 1900

Normand Lockwood

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"The Scarecrow" was performed on the 19th of May 1945 in New York

"Early Dawn" was performed on the 7th of August 1961 in Denver

"The Wizards of Balizar" was performed on the 1st of August 1962 in Denver

"The Hanging Judge" has been performed in Denver in March 1964

"Requiem for a Rich Young Man" was performed on the 24th of November 1964 in Denver


"Cradle-Song", published in 1953, text of Adelaide Crapsey (1878-1914)

"Oh Lady, let the sad tears fall", text of Adelaide Crapsey (1878-1914)

"Darest thou now, O soul" (Darest thou now O soul), text of Walt Whitman (1819-1892)

"Dirge for two veterans" (The last sunbeam), published in 1936, text of Walt Whitman (1819-1892)


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