Erno Rapee  (1891-1945)
Last updated: 14.08.23
According to the Internet source given below, Ernö Rapée (or Erno Rapee) was an Estonian-born American symphonic conductor in the first half of the 20th Century whose prolific career spanned both classical and popular music. He was as the head conductor of the Radio City Symphony Orchestra, the resident orchestra of the Radio City Music Hall.
Charmaine (1926) published by Sherman & Clay Co., San Francisco, California, USA is one of his still remembered compositions.

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     Title Attribution Instruments Source Remarks
pdf15.gif Agitated Misterioso (1926) E. Rapee (music) Piano IMSLP wvicon.gif
pdf15.gif Galloping Furies (1926) E. Rapee (music) Piano IMSLP Pub.
pdf15.gif Gruesome War Theme (1927) E. Rapee (music) Piano IMSLP Pub.
pdf15.gif Melancholic Appassionato (1927) E. Rapee (music) Piano IMSLP Pub.
pdf15.gif Recitative héroïque (1926) E. Rapee (music) Piano, Orchestra IMSLP Pub.
pdf15.gif Three Grotesque Themes (1927) E. Rapee (music) Piano IMSLP Pub.
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 15 works by Erno Rapee (1891-1945). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: ER pdf15.gif (w&m)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Toddling 1923 William Axt (co-author)
Agitated Misterioso 1926  wvicon.gif
Charmaine 1926 Lew Pollack (co-author)
Ates & Darling (perf.)
Frank Cornwell (perf.)
Gladys Rice (perf.)
Galloping Furies 1926  Pub.
Recitative héroïque 1926  Pub.
Diane (w&m) 1927 Lew Pollack (co-author)
Franklyn Baur (perf.)
Gruesome War Theme 1927  Pub.
Melancholic Appassionato 1927  Pub.
Three Grotesque Themes 1927  Pub.
Angela Mia 1928 Lew Pollack (words)  wvicon.gif
Destiny 1928 Lew Pollack (words)  Pub.
Little Mother (w&m) 1928 Lew Pollack (co-author)
Carli Elinor (perf.)
Bob Olson (perf.)
Lou White (perf.)
My Angel 1928 Lew Pollack (words)  Pub.
Someday, Somewhere 1928 Lew Pollack (words)  Pub.
Recollections 1929 Lew Pollack (words)  Pub.