Clarence Lucas


"A Carnival Evening" (1886), oil on canvas, 106.9 x 89.3 cm, of the painter Henri Rousseau, contemporary of Lucas (Museum of Art, Philadelphia)


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The musician Clarence Lucas was a author of vocal and instrumental music; was born in Smithville on the 19th October 1866, the same year of the composers Abbiate, Baussnern, Berutti, Busoni, Cilea, Clutsam, Cole, Daneau, Doret, Drysdale, Duncan, Döbber, Fedeli, Felix, Hollaender, Kalinnikov, Kaskel, Korn, Lincke, Rebikov, Röhr, Satie, Scharrer, Strauss. He died in Parigi on the first July 1947

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Clarence Lucas


"The Money Spider" has been represented in 1897 in Londra

"Peggy Machree" was performed in 1904


"Eldorado", op. 45 n. 5, published in 1904, text of Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849)

"Mädchenherz", published in 1897, text of Oscar Meyer

"The world's wanderers" (Tell me, star whose wings of light), text of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822)

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