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Richard Ellsasser (1926–1972)

Organist, composer and conductor, educated at Oberlin College, Baldwin-Wallace (BM), New York University, Boston University, the School of Theology, and the USC School of Religion (M. Th.). He studied organ with Winslow Cheney and Albert Reimenschneider. At seven, he toured the Eastern states as an organist with symphony orchestras. He made his ... See full bio »

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(age 45)

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 1953 So This Is Love
Organist (uncredited)
 1952 The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima
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 1951 Of Men and Music (Documentary)
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Works: "Greenwich Village" (ballet, which earned a Henry Levitt Award); "Scherzo on Mendelsohnnian Themes"; "Only the Valiant" (commissioned by the Methodist Church); "Toward Evening"; "March Fantastique"; "The Decalogue" (ten anthems); and "Organ Concerto".
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