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Ernst Bacon
(1898 - 1990)

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1898 Born 26 May in Chicago
1915 Begins studies at Northwestern University
1919 Studies at University of Chicago
1925 Accepts post teaching at Eastman School
1928 Teaches at San Francisco Conservatory
1932 Wins Pulitzer Prize for Symphony in D minor
1935 Receives MA from University of California; institutes Carmel Bach Festival in California
1936 Supervisor of the WPA Federal Music Project in San Francisco
1963 Book, Notes on the Piano, published
1990 Dies 16 March
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