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musician

Arthur Mansfield Curry, musician. Mason.

Background

Curry, Arthur Mansfield was born on January 27, 1866 in Chelsea, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Silas Rathbone and Mary Olivia (Woodworth) Curry.

Education

Educational public schools. Studied violin under Franz Kneisel, composition and orchestration under Edward MacDowell.

Career

Began as teacher violin, Boston, 1886. Teacher harmony, Berlin, Germany, 1914. Teacher harmony and counterpoint New England Conservatory Music, Boston, 1915-1939.

Choral and orchestral conductor.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Composer: Overture Blomidon, 1902. Atala (symphonic poem), 1911. The Winning of Amarac, a Keltic Legend (for chorus women’s voices and orchestra), 1913.

      Trio in E Flat for violin, cello and piano. Elegie for orchestra. Suite for orchestra

    • also songs and choruses.

Membership

Mason.

Connections

Married Gertrude E. Meacham, 1897. Children: Donald Woodworth (deceased), Laliah Florence.

father:
Silas Rathbone Curry

mother:
Mary Olivia (Woodworth) Curry

spouse:
Gertrude E. Meacham

children:
Donald Woodworth Curry (deceased)

Laliah Florence Curry