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From the Archives: Composer David Stanley Smith

1938-03-15_stanleysmith_webDavid Stanley Smith spent much of his musical life at Yale, where he studied with Horatio Parker and was friends with Charles Ives. Later in his career, he taught music history at the university. In 1920, he succeeded his old mentor Parker as dean of the School of Music and conductor of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra (when it was closely integrated with the university). MORE

Published April 16, 2009
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