Wood, Clement

Wood, Clement,

1888–1950, American writer, b. Tuscaloosa, Ala., grad. Univ. of Alabama, 1909, LL.B. Yale, 1911. Among his many works are books on the craft of poetry; biographies, including a critical one of Amy Lowell (1926); novels; and a rhyming dictionary (1943). His most famous poem is the title piece of his collected poems, The Glory Road (1936).
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Section III, "Occasional Music," consists of seasonal/ holiday tunes, fanfares, national anthems, and even music for an old English wedding, by George Butterworth, Beethoven, Anthony Holborne, Peter Cornelius, Charles Wood, Clement Janequin, Niels Gade, Edward MacDowell, Sir Hubert Parry, Anatoly Liadov, John Bennet, and Thomas Ravenscroft.
Wood, Clement. "The American Uplift in Haiti." Crisis 35 (May 1928): 152-53,173; 35 (June 1928):189-91.