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Samuel Latham Mitchill Barlow, American composer. Decorated Legion of Honor; Bundesverdienst-Kreuze 1st class (Bonn Government). Fellow Carnegie Foundation, 1943, mission to S.A. Trustee F.H. Beebe Fund, Boston; Served as First lieutenant American Expeditionary Force, 1917.; Fellow International Academy Arts and Letters.; Club: Union (New York City).

Background

Barlow, Samuel Latham Mitchill was born on June 1, 1892 in New York City. Son of Peter Townsend and Louise (Matthews) Barlow.

Education

Student Groton School, 1904-1910. Harvard, 1910-1914; studied piano with Philipp, Paris, orchestration with Respighi, Rome.

Career

1 daughter, Audrey Townsend (Mistress W.R. Orndorff). Composer, lecturer, writer. Composer: Mon Ami Peirrot (1st performance, Opera Comique Paris), 1934.

Ballo Sardo (ballet), symphonic works played by Stokowsky, Goossens, Reiner, Paray, others. Lecturer U. P.R., 1944. President, Citizens Committee for Government Art Projects.

Secretary and trustee Asia. Institute; governor American Composers Alliance. Moderator of Forum for Democracy.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Composer: Mon Ami Peirrot (1st performance, Opera Comique Paris), 1934. Ballo Sardo (ballet), symphonic works played by Stokowsky, Goossens, Reiner, Paray, others. Lecturer U. P.R., 1944.

      President, Citizens Committee for Government Art Projects. Secretary and trustee Asia. Institute

    • governor American Composers Alliance.

      Moderator of Forum for Democracy.

Membership

Fellow Carnegie Foundation, 1943, mission to S.A. Trustee F.H. Beebe Fund, Boston. Served as First lieutenant American Expeditionary Force, 1917. Fellow International Academy Arts and Letters.

Club: Union (New York City).

Connections

Married Ernesta Drinker, March 10, 1928.

father:
Peter Townsend Barlow

mother:
Louise (Matthews) Barlow

spouse:
Ernesta Drinker