Arthur Bird was an American composer, for many years resident in Germany. Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, he studied in Europe and spent a year at Weimar with Franz Liszt. He composed a symphony, Karnevalszene; three orchestral suites; some works for wind instruments alone; some music for the ballet; acomic opera; and some chamber music. Bird died in Berlin in 1923.
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10 Pieces for Harmonium, Op.37 Introduction et Fugue, Op.16 Carnival Scene, Op.5 3 characteristische Märsche, Op.11 Dritte kleine Suite, Op.32
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