Richard Hageman
Dutch conductor
Richard Hageman
Richard Hageman was a Dutch-born American conductor, pianist, composer, and actor.
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Golf notebook: Ogrin finishes as runner-up at STPGA event - San Antonio Express
Google News - over 5 years
Senior moments: Richard Hageman of Garden Ridge shot 224 over three days, taking a top-25 finish at the Texas Senior Amateur Championship recently at Bent Tree Country Club in Dallas. Houston's Ron Kilby fired a 209, including a final-round 69,
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Western star Ben Johnson adds a bit of character to TCM's Summer Under The Stars -
Google News - over 5 years
Aside from that fact, 3 Godfathers is a great western from director Ford with a beautiful soundtrack courtesy of Richard Hageman. The subject matter offers a softer side of the typical tough-as-nails western hero. At 8am/7c it's Fort Defiance from 1951
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Golf Notebook: TGHOF to name 2011 inductees - San Antonio Express
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Senior moments: Amateur Richard Hageman of Garden Ridge shot 1-under 143 over two days to take third place in the Super Senior Division at a Bridgestone Golf STPGA Senior Series stop held last week at River Crossing Golf Club in Spring Branch
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New Graduates Celebrate Their Success -
Google News - almost 6 years
During his speech, Richard Hageman, interim director of the program, said their experiences can encourage them and others facing challenges in the future. "You came back and saw it through to the finish," he said congratulating the class of 2011
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NYTimes - over 17 years
Here is a selective listing by critics of The Times of new or noteworthy opera, classical music and dance events this weekend in the Northeast. Opera ''ARIODANTE,'' New York City Opera. This company has had wonderful success with Handel in recent years, and it may well continue here. The music is splendid, as listeners may have been reminded by a
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Debuts; A Pianist, a Flutist and Three Singers in Recitals
NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: Richard Fields Richard Fields An accomplished pianist with several small-label recordings to his credit, Richard Fields offered a mix of familiar and novel works at his Merkin Concert Hall debut recital, Wednesday evening. From the start, it was clear that he is a commanding, assured player and a genuinely moving interpreter. In the opening
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Richard Hageman
  • 1966
    Age 84
    Died on March 6, 1966.
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  • 1950
    Age 68
    He became a member of ASCAP in 1950.
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  • 1943
    Age 61
    His "concert drama" The Crucible was performed in Los Angeles in 1943.
    More Details Hide Details While his large musical compositions are rarely heard today, a few of his art songs are well-known and highly regarded, especially "Do Not Go, My Love", a setting of a Rabindranath Tagore poem. He was a National Patron of Delta Omicron, an international professional music fraternity. He died, aged 84, in Beverly Hills. Stage: Orchestra: Chamber: Hageman is credited for the scores of about 20 films, and his compositions have been used in many additional films. Seven of the scores were for films directed by John Ford; Kathryn Marie Kalinak has written that Ford "got great work out of the people he worked with, and often those he was hardest on produced the best work of their careers. One of those was Richard Hageman, the Philadelphia Orchestra notwithstanding."
  • 1939
    Age 57
    He shared an Academy Award for his score to Ford’s 1939 western Stagecoach.
    More Details Hide Details He played minor roles in eleven movies, for example as opera conductor Carlo Santi in The Great Caruso.
  • 1938
    Age 56
    He conducted the Philadelphia Orchestra summer concerts for four years, and from 1938-1943 he conducted at the Hollywood Bowl summer concerts.
    More Details Hide Details He is known to the film community for his work as an actor and film score composer, most notably for his work on several John Ford films in the late 1930s and after the war in the late 1940s.
  • 1908
    Age 26
    He was a conductor and pianist for the Metropolitan Opera between 1908 and 1922, and 1935-1936, coach of the opera department at the Curtis Institute from 1925 to 1930, and music director of the Chicago Civic Opera and the Ravinia Park Opera for seven years.
    More Details Hide Details He was a guest director of orchestras like the Chicago, Philadelphia, and Los Angeles symphony orchestras.
  • 1906
    Age 24
    He travelled to the United States in 1906 to accompany Yvette Guilbert on a national tour.
    More Details Hide Details He stayed and eventually became an American citizen in 1925.
  • 1903
    Age 21
    He became the artistic director briefly in 1903.
    More Details Hide Details For a short time he was accompanist to Mathilde Marchesi in Paris.
  • 1899
    Age 17
    As a young man he was an accompanist for singers and with the Nederlandsche Opera, of which he conducted for the first time in 1899.
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  • 1881
    Born on July 9, 1881.
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