"The Golden Stairs" (1866), oil on canvas, 277 x 117 cm, of the painter Edward Burne-Jones, contemporary of Pratt (Tate Gallery, London)

Silas G(amaliel) Pratt

Silas G(amaliel) Pratt


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Silas G(amaliel) Pratt, who wrote music for orchestra, chamber and vocal music, was born in Addison on the 4th August 1846, the same year of the composers Alferaki, Brüll, Cahen, Chueca, Coquard, Denza, Drigo, Erkel, Gomes de Araújo, Hallén, Jarecki, Kleinmichel, Lenormand, Noskowski, Ponce de León, Serpette, Soloviev, Tyrrell, Valverde. He died in Pittsburgh on the 30th October 1916

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"Antonio" was performed in 1871

"Zenobia, Queen of Palmyra" was performed on the 15th of June 1882 in Chicago

"Lucille" (r. Antonio) was performed on the 14th of March 1887 in Chicago

"The Musical Metempsychosis" has been represented in 1888

"The Triumph of Columbus" was performed on the 12nd of October 1892 in New York

"Ollanta" has been represented in (?)


"She said Auf Wiedersehen!" (The little gate was reached at last), published in 1882, text of James Russell Lowell (1819-1891)


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