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Henry Bickford Pasmore, musician. Member California State Music Teachers’ Association, Pacific Coast-Academy of Teachers of Singing (directory).

Background

Pasmore, Henry Bickford was born on June 27, 1858 in Wisconsin, United States. Son of John Lane and Mary Anne (Bickford) Pasmore.

Education

Studied with William Shakespeare and Richard Cummins, London, and with Jadassohn and Renicke, at Leipzig Conservatory of Music.

Career

Formerly teacher of singing at Stern Conservatory, Scharwenka Conservatory (Berlin), Stanford University, Mills College, College of the Pacific, etc.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Composer of numerous songs, choruses and orchestra pieces. Mass in 3 flats

    • “Ave Maria,” solo, voice and organ, composed in 1882, no repetition of words. Lakora (opera

    • book by Ruth Comfort Mitchell).

      Communion Service in E. The Madonna and Child (poem by Doctor Derrick N. Lehmer). “Gloria California” (ode.

      Poem by Charles Keeler. Soli, chorus, orchestra).

Membership

Member California State Music Teachers’ Association, Pacific Coast-Academy of Teachers of Singing (directory). Clubs: Faculty (University of California).

Connections

Married May S. Stanton, 1886. Children: Mary, Suzanne, Dorothy, Harriet (Radiana Pazmor), Edith Sappington, John L.: the first 4 professional musicians and the other two physicians.

father:
John Lane Pasmore

mother:
Mary Anne (Bickford) Pasmore

spouse:
May S. Stanton

children:
Mary Pasmore

Suzanne Pasmore

Dorothy Pasmore

Harriet Pasmore (Radiana Pazmor)

Edith Sappington Pasmore

John L.: the first 4 professional musicians and the other two physicians Pasmore