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Horatio Parker

Previous composer and professor of music who taught a few of the most memorable faces in music, including Charles Ives. He pursued his musical education in the home and overseas, studying with popular titles like George Whitefield Chadwick and Josef Rheinberger in Germany. His most significant operas included Mona, which earned the Best Structure reward through the Metropolitan Opera Home in 1911. His reward was $10,000. His family members was surviving in Auburndale, Massachusetts, when he was created. He once trained music theory at Yale College or university, that was where architect Robert Stern once researched.

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