Elinor Remick
Warren Society

Remembering composer Elinor Remick Warren

Elinor Remick Warren at the age of 61

The Hampsong Foundation is committed to supporting contemporary American composers and the legacies of composers who had a passion for American song.  One of these composers was Elinor Remick Warren (1900-1991), described as “the only woman among the group of prominent American neo-romanticists that includes Howard Hanson, Samuel Barber and Gian Carlo Menotti” (Ammer, Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians). 

We gratefully recognize the generous support of the Elinor Remick Warren Society in our collective mandate to invigorate the study and performance of American classic song.

In collaboration with the Elinor Remick Warren Society, the Hampsong Foundation seeks to promote the music of Remick Warren through performances, radio broadcasts, and publications.


Elinor Remick Warren Society


American Classic Song,

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About the Elinor Remick Warren Society


Elinor Remick Warren Biography


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Elinor Remick Warren

The Elinor Remick Warren Society was founded in 1996 to perpetuate the musical legacy of Elinor Remick Warren and the tonal romantic idiom in serious music, through the contribution of scholarship, performances and recordings of the vocal repertoire, both solo and choral, of the 19th and 20th centuries.

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Elinore Remick Warren
on Song of America

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Elinor Remick Warren trained as a pianist and became a highly coveted recital partner, but she saw herself first and foremost as a composer. Her art songs were regularly performed by artists like Kirsten Flagstad, Bidu Sayão, Richard Crooks and Lawrence Tibbett.

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Library of Congress:
Elinor Remick Warren Collection

This collection includes published music and music manuscripts, correspondence (290), photographs (90), programs, and scrapbooks.

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Interview with Elinor Remick Warren

A Conversation with Bruce Duffie in 1987

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