Respected musician and educator whose recording of Charles Tomlinson Griffes' Piano Sonata was considered a superior interpretation of the piece.
He was an assistant conductor for the 301st Army Regiment Band in World War I.
He was a teacher from 1946 until 1957 at Mount Holyoke College.
He was born in North Adams, Massachusetts, home of the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, the largest contemporary art museum in the United States.
He was one of Felix Fox's students and later accepted a teaching position at the Felix Fox School of Pianoforte Playing.