The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 54, July 1950 - April, 1951 Page: 477
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Notes and Documents 477
The composer and co-author, William J. Marsh, was born in
Liverpool, England, on June 24, 188o. He studied at Ampleforth
College in Ampleforth, Yorkshire, England, from '1892 to 1896
and came to this country in 1904, becoming naturalized in 1917.
Since 1934 he has been director of glee clubs and professor of
organ and theory at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth.
He is also organist and choir director of St. Patrick's Catholic
Church. Mr. Marsh's home, "Rivercrest," is at 3525 Modlin Street
in Fort Worth.
A distinguished composer, he is chairman of the Texas Com-
posers' Guild and is an honorary life member of the Texas Music
Teachers' Association. He holds life membership in the Feder-
ated Music Clubs and the Texas Federation of Music Clubs. He
is a former president of the British American Association.
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