Edgar Stillman Kelley Edit Profile
Graduate of Stuttgart Conservatory of Music, 1880. Composition under Max Seifriz, royal court conductor. Doctor of Letters, Miami, 1916.
Doctor of Laws, University Cincinnati, 1917.
Special instructor in composition, New York College Music, 1896-1899, lecturer on music, extension department, New York University. Acting professor musical theory, Yale University, 1901-1902. Teacher and conductor, Berlin, Germany, 1902-1910.
Now lecturer at Cincinnati Conservatory of Music.
Member Society Mayflower Descendants, National Institute Arts and Letters, Phi Beta Kappa Fraternity.
Married Jessie Gregg, pianist, July 23, 1891.
“Israfel,” voice and orchestra. Quintette for piano and strings. String quartette; Puritania (opera).
Symphony Northern 1, “Gulliver”. Symphony Northern 2, “New England”. Orchestral suite, “Alice in Wonderland”.
Chinese symphonic suite “Aladdin”. Also symphonic poem entitled “The Pit and the Pendulum,” which was performed at Cincinnati May Festival, 1925. “Pilgrim’s Progress,” musical miracle play for full chorus and orchestra.
Full symphonic score for talking cinema Corianton. Miscellaneous choral works. Various songs and piano pieces.