Isadore Freed

Isadore Freed

Isadore Freed (1900–1960) was a Jewish-American composer, arranger and music educator. Born in Brest-Litovsk (now Belarus), Freed immigrated to the United States with his family at the age of three.

From 1928 to 1933, Isadore Freed studied composition in Paris with Ernest Bloch, Vincent d'Indy, Nadia Boulanger, and Louis Vierne. He returned to the United States in 1934 and established the Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra And Composers' Laboratory. Active as an educator, Isadore Freed joined the music faculty at Temple University in 1937 and became head of the Composition Department at the Hartt School in 1944.
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Writing & Arrangement

Champion Jack Dupree Tongue-Tied Blues (as Freed) Champion Jack Dupree - Champion Jack Dupree Sings The Blues (Comp) King Records (3) US 1961 Sell This Version
The Bad Plus Joined By Wendy Lewis (2) Semi-Simple Variations (Alternate Version) and 1 more… The Bad Plus Joined By Wendy Lewis (2) - For All I Care (Album) EmArcy, Do The Math Records Brazil 2008 Sell This Version
AF 1703 Elem Eley, J.J. Penna, Noel Werner, J. Donald Dumpson Psalm 8: O Lord, Our Lord, How Excellent Is Thy Name In All The Earth! Elem Eley, J.J. Penna, Noel Werner, J. Donald Dumpson - Forever Sing(CD) Affetto Recordings AF 1703 US 2017 Sell This Version
ACC 3809 Various Kedusha Various - American Conference Of Cantors Present Highlights Of Israel's 25th Anniversary (LP, Album) Not On Label ACC 3809 US Unknown Sell This Version