Lou Harrison

Lou Harrison (1917-2003)

Lou Silver Harrison
Nationality: American
Born: May 14, 1917, Portland, OR Died: February 2, 2003, Lafayette, IN (age 85)
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Date Age Duration Work
1940 22-23 10:00
1990 72-73 34:00
1946 28-29 5:00
1951-1992 33-75 9:00
1979 61-62 26:00
1987 69-70 16:00
1998 80-81 35:00
1948 30-31 11:00
Suite No. 2 for String Quartet
1998 80-81 5:00
1949 31-32 11:00
1943 25-26
Serenade (for 3 recorders)
1995 77-78
Suite (for cello and piano)
1972 54-55
Jahla in the Form of a Ductia to Pleasure Leopold Stokowski on his 90th Birthday (for harp and percussion)
1967 49-50
In Memory of Victor Jowers (for clarinet and piano)
1967 49-50
Beverly's Troubadour Piece (for harp and percussion)
1964 46-47
Avalokiteshvara (for harp and percussion)

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