Carl Engel

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Carl Engel (July 21, 1883 – May 6, 1944) was a French-born American pianist, composer, musicologist and publisher from Paris. He was also president of G. Schirmer, Inc., a writer on music for The Musical Quarterly, and chief of the Music Division of the Library of Congress.

Compositions[edit]

Voice and Piano[edit]

  • Three Lyrics from the German; G. Saerchinger, 1906
  • We Met; W. Maxwell, 1907
  • Four Lyrics by C. Fabbri; G. Schirmer, 1908
  • Chansons intimes; G. Schirmer, 1910
  • Two Lyrics; G. Schirmer, 1911
  • Deux simples chansons; Boston Music Co., 1912
  • Trois epigrammes; G. Schirmer, 1914
  • Trois sonnets; G. Schirmer, 1914
  • Christmas Call; Boston Music Co., 1916
  • Three Songs; C. Fischer, 1917
  • We're In It: And We'll Win It; C. C. Birchard, 1918
  • The Never-Lonely Child; Boston Music Co., 1919
  • Three Poems of Amy Lowell; G. Schirmer, 1922
  • Lisette; Choudens, 1935

Violin and Piano[edit]

  • Chant Nuptial; C. Fischer, 1917
  • Triptych; Boston Music Co., 1920
  • Chanson frivole; G. Schirmer, 1922

Piano[edit]

  • Perfumes; C. Fischer, 1917
  • Presque valse; G. Schirmer, 1946

Choir[edit]

  • Dawn; C. C. Birchard, 1915
  • God Rest Our Glorious Land; C. C. Birchard, 1932
  • Charms of Love; Boston Music Co., 1939

Wind Band[edit]

  • For Honor and For Home; C. Fischer, 1917
  • Academic Processional March; G. Schirmer, 1938

Operetta[edit]

  • Way Down South in Dixie; C. C. Birchard, 1924

Works[edit]

  • "Alla breve, from Bach to Debussy" (New York: G. Schirmer, 1921) ISBN 0-8369-1919-X — short biographies of great composers

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