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Elinor Remick Warren
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"Elinor Remick Warren's Quintet for Woodwinds and Horn was infinitely superior to Beethoven's bagatelles for several trombones which the Philharmonic played this season."
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Articles A-D

"A Happy Blend," Musical Courier (February 15, 1955), cover photo & p. 7.

"Abram in Egypt and Suite for Orchestra by Elinor Remick Warren." Album notes, CRI LP 172.

"Abram in Egypt: Warren International Festival Premiere," Sigma Alpha Iota Pan Pipes (January 1962).

"American Composer Update," Sigma Alpha Iota Pan Pipes (Winter, 1980). With portrait.

"American Composer Update: The 1982 Premieres, Performances, Publications, Recordings, News," Sigma Alpha Iota Pan Pipes (Winter, 1983).

"Another World Premiere," Pacific Coast Musician (March 16, 1940).

Argadinos, B. "A Concert by the State Orchestra with American Works," Avghi (July 30, 1955). Review of Singing Earth in Athens, Greece.

Arlen, Walter. "Master Chorale at Pavilion," Los Angeles Times (February 1, 1971). Review of 1971 performance of The Passing of King Arthur.

____. "Nan Merriman Heard in Brilliant Recital," Los Angeles Times (October 10, 1960). Review includes If You Have Forgotten.

Armistead, Mary B. "Women Will Make Mark in Music, Symphony's Visiting Composer Says," The World News [Roanoke, VA] (May 1, 1972).

Associated Press (AP) wire story on composer's death; various newspapers throughout the world, including New York Times, Chicago Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle, Boston Globe, International Herald Tribune, and the entertainment industry publication Hollywood Reporter (April 29-May 5, 1991).

"Barbirolli's Conducting Wins Praise," Los Angeles Examiner (August 9, 1941). Review of Intermezzo from The Passing of King Arthur.

Barnett, Muriel. "Philharmonic Will Premiere Feminine Composer's Suite," Mirror-News [Los Angeles] (February 28, 1955).

Beaver, J. Kenneth. "Symphony in Colorful Concert; Soloist Pleases," The Patriot [Harrisburg, PA] (November 21, 1951). Review of Sea Rhapsody from Along the Western Shore.

Bernheimer, Martin. "Chorale's Program Stimulating," Los Angeles Times (April 4, 1966). Review of Requiem.

Biggs, Gloria. "Californian Links Composer and Homemaker Roles While Cheerfully Rejecting Concert-Stage Career," Christian Science Monitor (February 20, 1952).

"Bowl Audience Larger Than Usual at Quartet, Soprano, Pianist Concert," [newspaper unidentified] (August 3, 1960). Review of Sonnets for Soprano and String Quartet.

Bronson, Carl. "Acclaim Miss Warren's New Symphonic Poem," Los Angeles Evening Herald and Express (March 22, 1940). Review of premiere of The Passing of King Arthur.

____. "American Composer's Symphonic Poem Premiere Set," Los Angeles Evening Herald and Express (March 16, 1940).

____. "Elite Enthuse at Composers' Music Fete," Los Angeles Herald-Express (May 26, 1937). Review of Quintet for Woodwinds.

____. "Flagstad in Triumph at Recital," Los Angeles Herald-Express (May 4, 1938). Review of Flagstad's singing of Snow Towards Evening.

____. "Richard Crooks Scores Triumph in Concert," Los Angeles Evening Herald and Express (April 12, 1939). Review of songs by Warren performed in this recital.

____. "Sigma Alpha Iota Musicians Charm L.A. Audiences," Los Angeles Herald-Express (August 11, 1941). Review of The Harp Weaver.

____. "Symphony Charms," Los Angeles Herald-Examiner (March 22, 1946). Review of The Crystal Lake.

Brown, Ray C.B. "Crooks and Kindler Score in Constitution Hall Concert," The Washington Post (November 27, 1941). Review of premiere of King Arthur's Farewell from The Passing of King Arthur.

Bryant, Marshall F. "Symphony Orchestra Gives Excellent Concert," Portland [Maine] Press Herald (April 14, 1965). Review of The Crystal Lake.

Burk, Gay. "Woman Composer Wins High Praise from Career-Approving Husband," Honolulu Star-Bulletin (July 21, 1952).

Callin, Owen. "Fine Concert Given by Pair," Los Angeles Herald and Express (August 6, 1952). Review of The Crystal Lake.

Cariaga, Daniel. "Composers in the Spotlight," Los Angeles Times (November 27, 1977).

____. "Glendale Symphony Praised; L.A. Chorale Event Under Par," Long Beach [CA] Independent (April 5, 1966). Review criticizing L.A. Master Chorale's singing and interpretation of Requiem in its premiere.

Carr, Jay. "Kostelanetz Leads Classic Program in Kresge Concert," Detroit News (February 11, 1974). Review of The Crystal Lake.

Cavin, Patty. "Washington Is Music to the Griffins' Ears," Washington Post (June 26, 1954).

"Composer Extraordinary: Elinor Remick Warren," National Federation of Music Clubs Music Clubs Magazine (Summer, 1984).

"Composer Praises Feld Quartet, Bowl Audience." Newspaper unidentified (August 3, 1960).

"Concerts of the State Orchestra: Works by American Composers," Nea Estia [Athens, Greece] (August 15, 1955). Review of Singing Earth in Athens.

"Concert Features Piece by Elinor R. Warren," The Chronicle [Los Angeles] (August, 1976). About Abram in Egypt in Israel.

Cook, J. Douglas. "Visits to the Homes of Famous Composers No. XI: Elinor Remick Warren," Opera and Concert (March, 1948), 12-13.

Crain, Hal D. "Coates Conducts New Warren Work," Musical America (April 5, 1940). Review of premiere of The Passing of King Arthur.

Damon, Annabel. "Talented Griffin Family Enjoying Hawaii Visit," Unidentified newspaper (July, 1952).

Donaldson, Herbert. "Composer Parley Lively," Los Angeles Examiner (June 8, 1961). Re: panel of composers, in which Warren participated, at L.A. International Music Festival.

____. "Junior Symphony Stars Two Youths," Los Angeles Examiner (November 18, 1961). Review of The Fountain.

____. "L.A. Audience Thrilled by Beverly Orchestra," Los Angeles Examiner (May 1, 1961). Review of Suite for Orchestra.

Dounias, Min. "Andreas Parides Conducts Works by American Composers," Unidentified Athens, Greece, newspaper (August 15, 1955). Review of Singing Earth in Athens.

Downes, Olin. "Women's Ensemble Concludes Season," New York Times (April 15, 1936). Review of The Harp Weaver.

Driscoll, Marjorie. "Impressive Rite Inspires Throng," Los Angeles Examiner (March 25, 1940). Re: Helen Jepson and Glendale Community Chorus, accompanied by Warren, singing Arise, My Heart, and Sing! at Forest Lawn Easter Sunrise Service.

Duntley, Louise. "Two Lives: Motherhood, Music," Los Angeles Examiner (January 20, 1957).

Articles E-H
Articles I-L
Articles M-R
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