Carrie Nichols Bullard Lewis (1865-1951) was born in Boston, Massachusetts, daughter of a dry goods merchant. She was educated in the Boston public schools and Girls’ Latin School. She studied music in Germany and returned to Boston. Her husband was Leo Rich Lewis (1865-1945), a composer and professor of music at Tufts College. Her brother was composer Frederick Field Bullard (1864-1904). She was active as a composer, sometimes using her given name and sometimes the pseudonym “Caryl B. Rich.” Her compositions include operettas, children’s operettas, part-songs, quartets, songs and children’s songs.
All are SATB and unaccompanied unless noted in VOICING column. A noting of “div” indicates some divisi within a part or parts, but usually not a true independent part throughout the work. Solos and accompaniment are also noted.
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