Daniel Gregory Mason

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Life

Born: 1873

Died: 1953

Biography

Daniel Gregory Mason was born in Brookline, Massachusetts. His father was Henry Mason, co-founder of the piano company Mason & Hamlin, and his grandfather was the renowned musical figure Lowell Mason. He studied under some of the most significant American musicians of the time, including John Knowles Paine, George Whitefield Chadwick, Percy Goetschius, and Arthur B. Whiting. He was a successful composer, writer on music, and enjoyed a long career on the faculty of Columbia University. He died in Greenwich, Connecticut. His compositions include symphonies, other orchestral works, chamber works, keyboard works, songs and part-songs.

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List of choral works

 
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Publications

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