Louis Campbell-Tipton was an American composer; a native of Chicago, Illinois, he was resident in Paris from 1901. He felt that the prospects for performance of large-scale American works in the United States were bleak, and claimed that he had never wished to sacrifice the energy needed to complete a large work. Even so, at his death a number of pieces for orchestra were found among his manuscripts, as were two operas. During his life he was known mainly for his chamber music; he also taught theory for a time in Chicago. One of his songs, "A Spirit Flower", was recorded by the Swedish tenor Jussi Bjorling.
|Etudes en octaves, Op.30||Etude||Piano|
|2 Legends, Opp.14-15||Piano piece||Piano|
|Serenade No.2||Serenade / Divertimento / Cassation||Piano|
|4 Sea Lyrics||Song Cycle||Voice(s) and Piano|