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composer , organist

Frederick Schlieder, American organist, composer. Fellow American Guild Organists; member National Association Organists (president 1918, 19, 20), American Guild Organists (council), New York State Music Teachers Association (ex-president), Delta Kappa Epsilon.; Club: St. Wilfrid.

Background

Schlieder, Frederick was born on January 22, 1873 in Foreston, Illinois, United States. Son of Frederick Ernst and Mary Christine (Lohr) Schlieder.

Education

Education high school. Bachelor of Music, Syracuse University, 1895, Master of Music, 1915, Mus.Doc., 1932. Pupil of Alexander Guilmant and Henri Dallier, Paris, France, 1900-1901.

Career

Muriel. Director music, Centenary College Institute, Hackettstown, New Jersey, 1897-1903, 1901-1903. Organist Mount Morris (New York) Baptist Church, 1903-1908, First Methodist Episcopal Church, Montclair, New Jersey, 1908-1910, Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas, New York, 1910-1923. Improvisation. School of Sacred Music, Union Theological Seminary.

Department theory, Trenton (New Jersey) Conservatory.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Lyric Composition Through Improvisation. Creative Harmony

    • Creative Music Education. Fundamentals of Music, Beyond the Tonal Horizon.

      Lecturer and writer on musical law and practice. Composer of sacred and secular music.

Membership

Fellow American Guild Organists. Member National Association Organists (president 1918, 19, 20), American Guild Organists (council), New York State Music Teachers Association (ex-president), Delta Kappa Epsilon. Club: St. Wilfrid.

Connections

Married Mabel Sarah Price, November 14, 1900.

father:
Frederick Ernst Schlieder

mother:
Mary Christine (Lohr) Schlieder

spouse:
Mabel Sarah Price