Robert Stewart (Komponist)

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Robert Stewart (born March 6, 1918 in Buffalo, New York; † 1995) was an American composer.

Stewart studied at the American Conservatory, where Leo Sowerby was among his teachers. From 1954 to 1988 he was a professor of music at Washington and Lee University. He also served as president of the Southeastern Composer’s League from 1968 to 1970. He composed orchestral works, chamber music, and works for solo instruments. Among others, he wrote music for the New York Brass Quintet, the National Symphony String Trio, and the Stradivari String Quartet.


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