Ernest MacMillan

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Composer, organist, and conductor, Sir Ernest MacMillan was knighted in 1935 "for his services to music in Canada," which included introducing outside music into the country, working at its fine institutions,…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Cortege académique 1953 04:41 Miscellaneous (Classical)
If Thou Must Love Me, for voice & piano 02:43 Vocal Music
Sketches (2) on French Canadian Airs: No. 1, Notre Seigneur en Pauvre 04:36
Were I But Crazy for Love's Sake, for voice & piano 1917 02:42 Vocal Music
Sketches (2) on French Canadian Airs: No. 2, À St. Malo 02:18
Sonnet, for voice & piano 1928 02:40 Vocal Music
String quartet in C minor 1914 26:20 Chamber Music
Blanche comme la neige, for chorus 1928 07:40 Choral
Sketches (2) based on French Canadian Airs 1927 06:52 Miscellaneous (Classical)
Bergerettes (6) du Bas Canada, for soprano, alto, tenor, oboe, viola, cello & harp 1928 18:50 Vocal Music
Indian Songs (3) of the West Coast, for voice & piano 1928 06:54 Vocal Music
Overtures for orchestra 1924 12:09 Orchestral
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