Paul Hastings Allen was an American composer. Born in Massachusetts, he composed a symphony, titled the Pilgrim, which won the Paderewski Prize in 1909. His opera after The Last of the Mohicans was produced abroad. He also composed chamber music. He was a member of The Harvard Musical Association from 1912 until 1952.
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|Milda||Opera / Operetta||Voice(s) and Orchestra|
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