John Laurence Seymour


"Violin and Checkerboard" (1913), oil on canvas, 100 x 65 cm, of the painter Juan Gris, contemporary of Seymour (Stephen a. Simon and Bonnie Simon Collection)


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The musician John Laurence Seymour was born in Los Angeles on the 18th Jenuary 1893, the same year of the composers Absil, Benjamin, Binet, Boulanger, Chlubna, Collins, Griffis, Guarino, Hába, Karastayanov, Langgard, Leça, MacMillan, Masetti, Merikanto, Messner, Mittler, Moore, Negrea, Palau Boix, Pergament, Petit, Pisk, Rein, Rogers, Tikotsky. He died in San Francisco on the second February 1986

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John Laurence Seymour


"Antigone" was performed in (?)

"The Protegé of the Mistress" was performed in (?)

"Les précieuses ridicules" was performed in 1920

"Bachelor Belles" was performed in 1922

"In the Pasha's Garden" was performed in New York on the 24th of Jenuary 1935 (Metropolitan Opera)

"Hollywood Madness" was performed in 1936

"Two Gentlemen of Verona" was performed in 1937

"The Devil and Tom Walker" has been represented in 1942

"The Three Brothers" was performed in (?)

"Ramona" was performed on the 11th of November 1970 in Provo

"Ollanta, el Jefe Kolla" has been represented in 1977


"Requiescat" (Strew on her roses, roses), published in 1935, text of Matthew Arnold (1822-1888)

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