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Henry Eichheim (January 3, 1870 – August 22, 1942) was an American composer, conductor, violinist, organologist, and ethnomusicologist. He is best known as one of the first American composers to combine the sound of indigenous Asian instruments with western orchestral colors. He was born in Chicago, where he studied at the Chicago Musical College. He later went to Boston to play with the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
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Collection of Henry Eichheim papers and instruments at University of California, Santa Barbara. Encyclopedia Article. Roosevelt University, Broadway theatre, Great Chicago Fire, Rudolph Ganz, National Association of Schools of Music.
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A Western Musician Discovers a New World of Sound. Plaigarism: See Princeton University Library for plagarised original from Santa Barbara Museum of Art; also Bodleian Library, Oxford. Published April 1985 by Univ of Washington Pr. Written in English.
Some of his better-known compositions include Oriental Impressions (1919–1922), which contains transcriptions of Japanese, Korean and Thai melodies; Java (1929), and Bali (1931), which use instruments from the gamelan ensembles of those two islands; and The Moon, My Shadow and I (1926), a setting of poems by Li Bai. He also composed a number of settings of poems of William Butler Yeats. References and further reading. Collection of Henry Eichheim papers and instruments at University of California, Santa Barbara.
The Henry Eichheim Collection of Oriental Instruments: A Western Musician Discovers a New World of Sound by Dolores M. Hsu (Apr 1985). Actor, Deceased Person, Film actor, Person. Josef Eichheim was a German film actor. Composer, Person, Deceased Person. Henry Eichheim was an American composer, conductor, violinist, organologist, and ethnomusicologist.
Henry Eichheim, musician. member Thomas Orchestra, New York City, 1899-1900; Member Pro Musica, Japan Society Boston, Japan Society New New New York. After about 1912 he became more interested in conducting and composition than in violin performance. He was an early promoter of the works of contemporary French composers, particularly Debussy, Ravel and Gabriel Fauré, in the United States.