Leo Smit

Composers

Biography

Born: January 12, 1921   Died: December 12, 1999   Country: USA   Period: 20th Century
An American composer and photographer who studied with the Russian composer Dmitri Kabalevsky. Leo Smit (1921 - 1999) was a professor of music at the University at Buffalo, New York. He composed two operas as well as also nearly 100 song settings of the poet Emily Dickinson.

There was also a 20th Century Dutch composer named Leo Smit.
An American composer and photographer who studied with the Russian composer Dmitri Kabalevsky. Leo Smit (1921 - 1999) was a professor of music at the University at Buffalo, New York. He composed two operas as well as also nearly 100 song settings of the poet Emily Dickinson.

There was also a 20th Century Dutch composer named Leo Smit. Read less
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Biography

Born: January 12, 1921   Died: December 12, 1999   Country: USA   Period: 20th Century
An American composer and photographer who studied with the Russian composer Dmitri Kabalevsky. Leo Smit (1921 - 1999) was a professor of music at the University at Buffalo, New York. He composed two operas as well as also nearly 100 song settings of the poet Emily Dickinson.

There was also a 20th Century Dutch composer named Leo Smit.
WORKS ALBUMS
TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
I. Molto moderato
II. Vivace
III. Andante sostenuto
Sunday Afternoon Music (1936)
Down A Country Lane (1962)
Night Thoughts (Homage to Ives) (1972)
Four Piano Blues (1926-48): 1. Freely Poetic (for Leo Smit)
2. Soft and Languid (for Andor Foldes)
3. Muted and Sensuous (for William Kapell)
4. With Bounce (for John Kirkpatrick)