Mason, Daniel Gregory

Mason, Daniel Gregory:

see under Mason, LowellMason, Lowell,
1792–1872, American composer and music educator, b. Medfield, Mass. While working as a bank clerk in Savannah, Ga., he helped compile an anthology that was published as The Boston Handel and Haydn Society's Collection of Church Music (1822).
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Mason, Daniel Gregory

(1873–1953) composer; born in Brookline, Mass. (grandson of Lowell Mason). He studied at Harvard and in Paris (with D'Indy) before returning to the U.S.A. and joining the Columbia University faculty in 1910, where he remained until his 1942 retirement. A well-known pedagogue, author of many books including Music in My Time (1938), he was conservative and European-oriented in his music and opinions; his work includes three symphonies and much chamber music.
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