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Eric DeLamarter (February 18, 1880 in Lansing, Michigan – May 17, 1953 in Orlando, Florida) was an American composer and classical organist. He served as assistant conductor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra from 1918 to 1933 and from 1933 to 1936 he served as their associate conductor.

Among his pupils was Leon Stein.

Eric DeLamarter was a composer, church organist and music critic of "Interocean." He was also a close friend and advisor to Leo Sowerby as well as a champion of Sowerby's music. DeLamarter aided Sowerby in his becoming an accomplished organist. In 1915 Eric was organist at the Fourth Presbyterian Church in Chicago, IL.


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