Canadian pianist Harry Somers studied piano and composition and worked as a pianist during the 1940s with works from [Barbara Pentland]. In 1949 he moved to Paris for further studies for one year, and in 1960 he returned to study Gregorian singing. Somers then worked as a school teacher. From 1969-71 he lived in Roma and was named one of the most productive Canadian composers in 1972. Somers was immensely successful as a composer. He had an eclectic, personal approach to 20th century styles and composed a large body of work.
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|1948 Summer||22||London||Art Competitions||Canada||Final Standings||AC||Testament of Youth|
|1948 Summer||22||London||Art Competitions||Canada||Final Standings||AC||A Song of Joys|