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Albert Frederic Stoessel (October 11, 1894 – May 12, 1943) was an American composer, violinist and conductor. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1894. He studied music at the Berlin Hochschule as a pupil of Emanuel Wirth and Willy Hess. At 19 he began his professional playing career with the Hess String Quartet, and toured as a violin soloist in Switzerland, the Netherlands, and Germany. He returned to the United States in 1915 for a concert tour, appeared with the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and lived in Boston until 1917 while pursuing his career as a violinist and composer.

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  • Albert Stoessel (Saint Louis, 11 d'octubre de 1894 - Nova York, 12 de maig de 1943) fou un compositor, violinista i director d'orquestra estatunidenc. Va néixer a St. Louis, Missouri, el 1894. Va estudiar música a la "Hochschule" de Berlín com a alumne d' i . Als 19 anys va iniciar la seva carrera professional tocant amb el quartet "Hess String" i va actuar com a solista de violí a Suïssa, Països Baixos i Alemanya. Va tornar als Estats Units el 1915 per a una gira de concerts, va aparèixer amb l'Orquestra Simfònica de Saint Louis i l'Orquestra Simfònica de Boston, i va viure a Boston fins al 1917 mentre exercia la seva carrera com a violinista i compositor. Stoessel es va allistar a l'exèrcit dels Estats Units el 1917, convertint-se en tinent a la 301ª Força Expedicionària nord-americana i líder de la banda regimental de Camp Devens. Stoessel es va dirigir a França el 1918 amb la 76a Divisió com a director de banda de la 301a. Es va convertir en director de l'Escola de Bandes de Mestres de la AEF de Chaumont, França, organitzada per . Després de la seva baixa en l'exercit el 1919, Stoessel va actuar com a solista amb l'Orquestra Simfònica de Boston i va comptar amb la darrera gira d'Enrico Caruso. El 1921 es va convertir en subdirector de l'"Oratorio Society" de Nova York sota Walter Damrosch. Durant set anys, a partir del 1923, va ser el cap del departament de música de la Universitat de Nova York, del qual va obtenir el màster el 1924. Va sortir a convertir-se en director dels departaments d'òpera i orquestra de la "Juilliard Graduate School of Music". el 1931. Va convertir-se en director del Festival de Worcester de l'Associació Musical del Comtat de Worcester (Massachusetts) el 1925 i va dirigir el Festival Westchester a White Plains, Nova York, de 1927 a 1933. Stoessel va començar a treballar amb la Institució Chautauqua el 1921 com a director d'orquestra i el 1929 va ser nomenat Director musical. Albert Stoessel va compondre l'òpera el 1936, va escriure un tractat el 1919 titulat The Technique of the Baton i va compondre diverses peces de violí, piano, coral i orquestra. La seva dona, Julia Pickard Stoessel, també havia estat estudiant de violí a Berlín. Es van casar el 27 de juny de 1917 i van tenir dos fills, Edward i Fredric. Va dirigir l'estrena dels Estats Units del Concert per a piano a D flat d'Aram Khatxaturian, el 14 de març de 1942, amb la solista Maro Ajemian i la Juilliard Graduate School. Va ser durant un escenari dirigint una orquestra per a l'Acadèmia Americana de les Arts i les Lletres a Nova York, quan Stoessel va morir d'un atac de cor el 12 de maig de 1943. Un dels seus notables estudiants va ser Robert Talbot. (ca)
  • Albert Frederic Stoessel (October 11, 1894 – May 12, 1943) was an American composer, violinist and conductor. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1894. He studied music at the Berlin Hochschule as a pupil of Emanuel Wirth and Willy Hess. At 19 he began his professional playing career with the Hess String Quartet, and toured as a violin soloist in Switzerland, the Netherlands, and Germany. He returned to the United States in 1915 for a concert tour, appeared with the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and lived in Boston until 1917 while pursuing his career as a violinist and composer. Stoessel enlisted in the United States Army in 1917, becoming a lieutenant in the 301st Infantry American Expeditionary Forces and leader of the regimental band at Camp Devens. Stoessel went to France in 1918 with the 76th Division as bandmaster of the 301st. He became Director of the AEF Bandmaster's School of Chaumont, France, organized by Walter Damrosch. After his discharge in 1919, Stoessel performed as a soloist with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and toured with Enrico Caruso's last tour. In 1921 he became the assistant conductor of the Oratorio Society of New York under Walter Damrosch. For seven years, beginning in 1923, he was the head of the New York University Music Department, from which he was awarded a master's degree in 1924. He left to become director of the departments of opera and orchestra at the Juilliard Graduate School of Music in 1931. He became conductor of the Worcester Festival of the Worcester (Massachusetts) County Musical Association in 1925, and conducted the Westchester Festival in White Plains, New York, from 1927 to 1933. Stoessel first began work with the Chautauqua Institution in 1921 as a conductor, and in 1929 he was appointed Musical Director. Albert Stoessel composed the opera Garrick in 1936, wrote a treatise in 1919 entitled The Technique of the Baton, and composed a number of violin, piano, choral, and orchestra pieces. His wife, Julia Pickard Stoessel, had also been a violin student in Berlin. They were married June 27, 1917, and had two sons, Edward and Fredric. He conducted the United States premiere of the Piano Concerto in D flat by Aram Khachaturian, on 14 March 1942, with soloist Maro Ajemian and the Juilliard Graduate School. It was while on stage conducting an orchestra for American Academy of Arts and Letters in New York, that Stoessel died of a heart attack on May 12, 1943. His notable students included Robert Talbot and Gertrude Price Wollner. (en)
  • Albert Frederic Stoessel (* 11. Oktober 1894 in St. Louis, Missouri; † 12. Mai 1943 in New York City) war ein US-amerikanischer Komponist und Violinist. (de)
  • Albert Frederic Stoessel (Saint Louis, 11 ottobre 1894 – New York, 12 maggio 1943) è stato un compositore, violinista e direttore d'orchestra statunitense. (it)
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  • Albert Frederic Stoessel (* 11. Oktober 1894 in St. Louis, Missouri; † 12. Mai 1943 in New York City) war ein US-amerikanischer Komponist und Violinist. (de)
  • Albert Frederic Stoessel (Saint Louis, 11 ottobre 1894 – New York, 12 maggio 1943) è stato un compositore, violinista e direttore d'orchestra statunitense. (it)
  • Albert Stoessel (Saint Louis, 11 d'octubre de 1894 - Nova York, 12 de maig de 1943) fou un compositor, violinista i director d'orquestra estatunidenc. Va néixer a St. Louis, Missouri, el 1894. Va estudiar música a la "Hochschule" de Berlín com a alumne d' i . Als 19 anys va iniciar la seva carrera professional tocant amb el quartet "Hess String" i va actuar com a solista de violí a Suïssa, Països Baixos i Alemanya. Va tornar als Estats Units el 1915 per a una gira de concerts, va aparèixer amb l'Orquestra Simfònica de Saint Louis i l'Orquestra Simfònica de Boston, i va viure a Boston fins al 1917 mentre exercia la seva carrera com a violinista i compositor. (ca)
  • Albert Frederic Stoessel (October 11, 1894 – May 12, 1943) was an American composer, violinist and conductor. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1894. He studied music at the Berlin Hochschule as a pupil of Emanuel Wirth and Willy Hess. At 19 he began his professional playing career with the Hess String Quartet, and toured as a violin soloist in Switzerland, the Netherlands, and Germany. He returned to the United States in 1915 for a concert tour, appeared with the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and lived in Boston until 1917 while pursuing his career as a violinist and composer. (en)
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