Angell, Warren Mathewson 13.may.1907-6.may.2006 USA NY, New York Brooklyn - North Carolina, Black Mountain
pianist, tenor, choral conductor, 1910 residing in German Flatts NY, 1925 graduate of Ilion High School in Ilion NY, 1929 BM in piano and 1934 MM in piano and composition from Syracuse University, 1944 EdD in vocal music and administration from Columbia Uiversity, 1931 studied piano with Severin Eisenberger in Vienna Austria, 1936 with Max Landow at the Eastman School of Music and 1940 with Abram Chasins in New York, 1942-1944 studied voice with Harry Wilson in New York, 1934-1936 taught piano at Murray State College Kentucky, 1936-1973 dean at Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee where he founded the Bison Glee Club, the Bisonettes and the Tuneclippers, 1990 moved to Black Mountain, died at Mission Hospital in Asheville ; son of architect Earl Warren Angell (Rhode Island 25.may.1885-) and Lilly Ward (England 1883-) ; 6.sep.1934 he married Evelyn Juliette Wells (Syracuse 9.aug.1911-)

Title Parts

[] Children of America. Choir and brass ensemble
[] Once to every man and nation. Choir
[] Children of God. Choir and band
[] Black Mountain aire
[] Beneath the cross of Jesus
pub Broadman Press, Nashville 1951

[] Christmas means thinking of Jesus. Anthem. Mixed choir
words Daniel S. Twohig
music Warren M. Angell and Geoffrey O'Hara
pub Kickapoo, Shawnee, Oklahoma 1954

[] I lift up my eyes to the hills. Solo or unison anthem
pub Kickapoo, Shawnee, Oklahoma 1956

[] Make a joyful noise. Mixed choir
pub Bourne, New York 1958

[] This is the day. Anthem. Mixed choir and piano or organ
pub Carl Fischer, New York 1959

[] Gatlinburg boogie. Piano
pub Signature Music Press, Shawnee Oklahoma and Carl Fischer, New York 1960

[] O day of Resurrection. Easter anthem. Mixed choir
pub Walton Music Corp., Hollywood California 1961

[] Our flag. Narrator and mixed choir
pub Fine Arts Music Press, Tulsa Oklahoma 1972

[] Song of praise
pub Fine Arts Music Press, Tulsa Oklahoma 1976

[] He is God, the king of glory. Mixed adult and youth choirs, brass and timpani
pub Broadman, Nashville 1980

[] Christ whose glory fills the skies
words Charles Wesley
pub Pro Art, Melville NY 1981

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