This collection consists of published editions and reproductions of musical works for harp, piano, violin and piano, voice
and piano, and for chorus.
Composer Radie Britain was born March 17, 1899 in Silverton, Texas. She studied piano at the American Conservatory, Chicago,
graduating in 1921. She then traveled to Europe, studying composition, theory, and organ in France and Germany, and returned
to the United States in 1926. Britain taught at the Girvin Institute of Music and the Chicago Conservatory in the 1920s and
1930s. She moved to California in 1939, eventually settling in Los Angeles, where she continued to compose and also taught
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