MacDowell

[muh k-dou-uh l]
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noun

Edward Alexander,1861–1908, U.S. composer and pianist.

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  • MacDowell is our highest type as yet; but others will come who will carry the standard higher.

    Vocal Mastery

    Harriette Brower

  • MacDowell's impulse toward significant expression was not slow in declaring itself.

    Edward MacDowell

    Lawrence Gilman

  • It remains, even to-day, one of MacDowell's most characteristic and admirable performances.

    Edward MacDowell

    Lawrence Gilman

  • MacDowell has met little or none of that critical recalcitrance that blocked the early success of so many masters.

  • No one is a more earnest student of these effects than MacDowell.