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Elinor Remick Warren
Los Angeles Examiner, 1954
"Last night [the Roger Wagner Chorale] made the most of a composition ['The Legend of King Arthur'] that is not familiar, but ought to be. It clamors for recordings. ...It was an occasion that fully warranted the audience cheers that followed it."
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Catalog of the Works of
Elinor Remick Warren

For Key to Annotations and list of other categories, see first page of Catalog of Works.

Works for Orchestra and Chorus, or Orchestra, Chorus and Soloist(s)

Abram in Egypt - R
Text Dead Sea Scrolls and Book of Genesis
Pub Carl Fischer, New York (originally H.W. Gray)
Comm Louis Sudler
Date 1959
Copy 1962; 1978
Prem June 7, 1961, Los Angeles; Los Angeles International Music Festival, Royce Hall, UCLA; Roger Wagner Chorale and Festival Orchestra, Roger Wagner, conductor; Donald Gramm, soloist
Parts SATB
Inst 2(Picc.)-2-2-2(Con. Bsn.); 4-2-3-1; Timp., Hp., 2 Perc.; Str.
Solo Baritone
Loc Carl Fischer, New York (Rental Library); DLC (CRI recording only), NN, PP(FC), AMC, AWC
Time 23 minutes
Prize Gedok International Competition for Women Composers, Mannheim, Germany; Second Prize, Vocal Category

Good Morning, America! - R
Text Carl Sandburg
Pub Carl Fischer, New York
Comm Occidental College, Los Angeles (for 1976 Bicentennial)
Grant National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, 1976
Date 1976
Copy 1976
Prem November 21, 1976, California State University, Fullerton, CA; University Orchestra and Chorale, Dr. Howard Swan, conductor; Roger Ardrey, narrator
Parts SATB
Inst A Score: 2(Picc.)-2(Eng. Hn.)-2-2; 2-2-2-0; Timp., 2 Perc., Pno.(Cel.); Str.
B Score: Augmented Brass: 4-2-3-1
Narr Narrator
Loc Carl Fischer, New York (Rental Library); NN, PP(FC), LAPL, AMC, AWC, CLU, DLC
Time 16 minutes

The Harp Weaver
Text Edna St. Vincent Millay
Pub Carl Fischer, New York (originally H.W. Gray)
Date 1932
Copy 1932; renewed 1960; 1978
Prem c.1935, Los Angeles; Cecilian Singers, Symphonia Praeceptorum, John Smallman, conductor; Alan Watson, soloist
Parts SSA
Inst 2(Picc.)-2(Eng. Hn.)-2-2; 4-2-3-1; Timp., 2 Perc., Hp.; Str.
Solo Baritone
Loc Carl Fischer, New York (Rental Library); NN, PP(FC), LAPL, AWC, CLU, RPB, IEN
Time 15 minutes

The Legend of King Arthur, The (originally The Passing of King Arthur) - R
Text Alfred Tennyson (Idylls of the King: The Passing of Arthur)
Pub Carl Fischer, New York (originally H.W. Gray)
Date 1939
Copy 1939; 1974 (revised edition); 1978
Prem March 21, 1940, Los Angeles; Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, Los Angeles Oratorio Society, Albert Coates, conductor; Paul Keast, baritone, and David Laughlin, tenor
Parts SATB
Inst 3(Picc.)-2-Eng. Hn.-2-Bass Cl.-2; 4-3-3-1; Timp., 3 Perc., Hp.; Str.
Solo Baritone and Tenor
Loc Carl Fischer, New York (Rental Library); NN, PP(FC), LAPL, AWC, CLU, DLC, MB, MiU
Time 60 minutes
Ded "Dedicated to my Mother and Father"

Now Welcome, Summer!
Text Geoffrey Chaucer
Pub Lawson-Gould, New York
Date 1984
Copy 1984
Parts SATB
Inst 1-1-2-1; 2-1-0-0; Str.
Loc Lawson-Gould, New York (Rental Library); NN, PP, AWC
Time 3 minutes

On the Echoing Green
Text William Blake
Pub Lawson-Gould, New York
Date 1985
Copy 1987
Parts SATB
Inst 1-1-2-1; 2-1-0-0; Str.
Loc Lawson-Gould, New York (Rental Library)
Time 4 minutes

Our Beloved Land
Text Samuel Bonner
Pub Theodore Presser, Bryn Mawr, PA
Date 1958 (Carillon Theme); 1963 (Complete Work)
Copy 1963
Prem Carillon Theme: August 30, 1958, Hollywood Bowl; Chimes and Roger Wagner Chorale, Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, John Green, conductor
Prem Complete Work: Hollywood Bowl, August 10, 1963; Jack Halloran Singers, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, John Scott Trotter, conductor
Parts SATB
Inst 2-2-2-2; 4-2-3-1; Timp., Cym.; Str.
Loc Theodore Presser, Bryn Mawr, PA (Rental Library); NN, PP(FC), AWC
Time 2.5 minutes

Requiem - R

a. Introit and Kyrie
b. Graduale
c. Dies Irae
d. Offertorium
e. Hostias
f. Sanctus (Hosanna)
g. Benedictus (Hosanna)
h. Agnus Dei
i. Lux Aeterna

Text Latin (English text from the Liturgy, trans. by composer)
Pub Carl Fischer, New York (originally published by Lawson-Gould)
Comm Roger Wagner
Date 1965
Copy 1965
Prem April 3, 1966, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles Music Center; Los Angeles Master Chorale and Sinfonia Orchestra, Roger Wagner, conductor; soloists Carol Neblett, soprano, and Paul Hinshaw, baritone
Parts SATB
Inst 2(Picc.)-2(Eng. Hn.)-2-2; 4-2-3-1; Timp., 2 Perc., Cel., Hp.; Str.
Solo Soprano and Baritone
Loc Carl Fischer, New York (Rental Library); NN, PP(FC), AWC, CLU, DLC
Time 53 minutes
Ded "To Roger Wagner"

Sanctus (from Requiem) (includes Benedictus & Hosanna)
Text Latin (English text from the Liturgy, trans. by composer)
Pub Lawson-Gould, New York
Date 1966
Copy 1965
Prem June 10, 1979, Schoenberg Hall, UCLA; Roger Wagner Chorale and Sinfonia Chamber Ensemble, Roger Wagner, conductor
Parts SATB
Inst Strings, timp., piano or organ
Solo Baritone
Loc Lawson-Gould, New York; NN, PP(FC), AWC
Time 6.5 minutes

The Sleeping Beauty

a. The Sleeping Palace
b. The Sleeping Princess
c. The Prince's Arrival
d. The Awakening
e. The King and Lords
f. The Departure

Text Alfred Tennyson
Pub H.W. Gray, New York
Date 1951
Copy 1951; renewed 1979
Parts SATB
Inst 2(Picc.)-1-2-1; 2-2-3-0; Timp., Pno., Perc.; Str.
Solo Soprano, Baritone and Bass-Baritone
Loc NN, PP(FC), LAPL, DLC
Time 18 minutes

To My Native Land
Text Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Pub E.C. Schirmer, Boston
Date 1944 (orchestration)
Copy 1942; renewed 1969
Parts SSAA TTBB
Inst 2-2-2-2; 4-2-3-0; Timp., Cym., Hp.; Str.
Loc E.C. Schirmer, Boston
Time 3.5 minutes

Transcontinental - R
Text A.M. Sullivan
Pub Theodore Presser, Bryn Mawr, PA
Date 1958
Copy 1958; renewed 1986
Prem May 26, 1958, Occidental College, Los Angeles; Occidental College Chorus & Orchestra, Dr. Howard Swan, conductor
Parts SATB
Inst 2(Picc.)-1-2-1; 2-2-2-0; Timp., 2 Perc., Pno.; Str.
Solo Baritone
Loc Theodore Presser, Bryn Mawr, PA (Rental Library); NN, PP, AWC
Time 11.5 minutes
Ded "To Howard Swan and the Occidental College Glee Clubs"