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musician

Samuel Harrison Lovewell, musician.

Background

Lovewell, Samuel Harrison was born on March 9, 1865 in Wellesley, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Charles B. and Martha Jane (Morse) Lovewell.

Education

Graduate Wellesley High School, 1883. Studied music from childhood. Graduate N.E. Conservatory of Music, Boston, 1891.

Studied organ 2 years at Church of the Immaculate Conception, Boston (under E. J. MacGoldrick), and 3 years at Cathedral of the Holy Cross (under J. Frank Donahoe). Also student under Otto Bendix, F. A. Porter, George E. Whiting, Louis Elson, etc.

Career

Organist and choirmaster, St. John’s Lutheran Church, Easton, Pennsylvania, 1891-1893, Christian Church, Georgetown, Kentucky, 1893-1896, Trinity Protestant Episcopal Church, Columbia, South Carolina., 1896-1898, First Presbyterian Church, Walla Walla, Washington, 1902-1906, St. John’s Cathedral (P.E.), Quincy, Illinois, 1908-1911, Church of Our Saviour (P.E.), Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, 1911-1912. Director music, Whitman College Conservatory of Music, 1898-1906. Director Quincy (Illinois) Conservatory of Music, 1906-1911.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Translator from German of Riemann’s “Text-book of Single and Double Counterpoint,” etc. Lectuer on musical art. Pianist, organist, literature and musical critic.

      Organist and choirmaster, First Parish (Unit.) Church, Taunton, Massachusetts, 1917-1919. Music master, Tome School, Port Deposit, Maryland., since 1919. Editor of publications C. W. Thompson & Company, Boston.

Connections

Married Anna Matilda Sandt, of Easton, Pennsylvania, December 27, 1893.

father:
Charles B. Lovewell

mother:
Martha Jane (Morse) Lovewell

spouse:
Anna Matilda Sandt