Richard Hageman

Richard Hageman wrote operas, film scores, one oratorio, and instrumental works, but he is best known today for his art songs.

Photo: Richard Hageman and Rosina van Dyck, 1909, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, Digital ID: ggbain 04337

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About

Hageman, born in the Netherlands, came to America in the early 20th century. He conducted at the Metropolitan Opera from 1914 to 1932. He also conducted many orchestras throughout the United States, including the Chicago, Philadelphia and Los Angeles Symphony Orchestras.

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Recordings

Drifts & Shadows: American Song for the New Millennium

(Tom Cipullo, Daron Aric Hagen, Martin Hennessy, Richard Hundley and Lee Hoiby)

2007

Cosmic & Domestic Matters

(Christopher Berg and Daron Aric Hagen)

2008

New American Song Cycles

(Tom Cipullo, Libby Larsen and Daron Aric Hagen)

2002

Songs My Mother Taught Me

(Vittorio Giannini, Richard Hageman, John Jacob Niles, Oscar Rasbach, Charles Gilbert Spross, Randall Thompson and Traditional)

1998

Love in a Life

(Daron Aric Hagen)

2000

The Art of Theodor Uppman

(Katherine Kennicott Davis, Celius Dougherty, Stephen Foster, Richard Hageman, Traditional and Kurt Weill)

2000

Songs: Daron Hagen

(Daron Aric Hagen)

1997

Songs

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    Songs by 22 Americans

    Composer(s): Samuel Barber
    Leonard Bernstein
    Paul Bowles
    John Alden Carpenter
    Celius Dougherty
    John Duke
    Charles Tomlinson Griffes
    Richard Hageman
    Charles Naginski
    William Roy
    Gladys Rich
    Virgil Thomson
    Elinor Remick Warren

    Voice Type: High

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    The Rich Man

    Composer(s): Richard Hageman

    Voice Type: Low

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