Allen Sapp

Allen Sapp (1922-1999)

Allen Dwight Sapp
Nationality: American
Born: December 10, 1922, Philadelphia Died: January 4, 1999, Cincinnati (age 76)
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Date Age Duration Work
1992 69-70
Polyhedra for Wind Quintet
1988 65-66
Colloquies VI, Socrates and Phaedrus Speak of Love by the Banks of the Illisus (for oboe and piano)
1987 64-65
To Be Played Softly for String Trio
1986 63-64
Colloquies V, The Cage of All Bright Knocks (for alto flute and piano)
1986 63-64
Fantasia ‘Shiny Dumplings Rising Like Bubbles of Air, Clockwise’ (for violin and piano)
1984 61-62
Colloquies IV, The Lament for Adonis (for cello and piano)
1981 58-59
Violin Sonata No. 4
1981 58-59
String Quartet No. 2
1981 58-59
String Quartet No. 3
1981 58-59
String Quartet No. 4
1978-1982 55-60
Colloquies II (for flute, viola and piano)
1960 37-38
Violin Sonata No. 3
1953 30-31
Chaconne (for violin and organ)
1951 28-29
String Quartet No. 1
1949 26-27
Piano Trio
1948 25-26
Violin Sonata No. 2
1948 25-26
Viola Sonata
1947 24-25
String Trio
1943 20-21
And the Bombers Went Home (for violin and piano)
1942-1943 19-21
Violin Sonata No. 1

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