Barton Fuhr, Ann Mosher Williams (fem) 19.nov.1941- USA Minnesota, Perham
organist, choirmaster, diaconal minister, 1963 BS in music education from Western Illinois University, 1966-1977 choirmaster of St Matthew's United Methodist Church in Acton Massachusetts, 1977-1979 of Key Memorial United Methodist Church in Sherman Texas, 1979 consecrated to diaconal ministry Methodist Church, 1979-1987 choirmaster of White Rock United Methodist Church in Dallas, 1987 of the United Methodist Church in Clemson South Carolina, 1986 postgraduate from Southern Methodist University, member of the American Guild of Organists, fellowship of the United Methodist Musicians, 1988-1991 president of the South Carolina chapter Choristers Guild, conductor at national festivals and workshops, 1990 postgraduate studies at Clemson University ; daughter of Thomas Robert Williams and Gertrude Nadine Mosher ; 22.dec.1972 she married Michael E Barton, divorced 22.mar.1978 in Grayson Texas ; 30.nov.1986 in Dallas she married Donald L Fuhr

Title Parts

[] October
copyright words and music Ann M. Williams 14jan1963

[] Sittin' and cryin'
copyright words and music Tracey Williams 23sep1963

[] Nowhere fast
words and music Tracey Williams (pseud. of Ann M. Williams), copyright Ann M. Williams 19mar1966

[] I hear a drum. Musical play. Children's choir. Concord Massachusetts 1974
musical celebration of the bicentennial of the American Revolution
composed with Lynne Salisbury (of Acton, Mass) and Connie Thomas (of Acton, Mass), copyright 14may1975
adapted and arranged by Joyce Merman (pseud. of Marjorie Farmer), published by Shawnee press Inc., Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania, copyright 17sep1975
David Dettinburn narrator, Upper Adams School childrens chorus / Jeff Mentzer and Kelly Stoner, James Wright drums, Kelly Barnes piccolo, Susan Grance flute, Deborah Dougherty trumpet, Michelle Bohrer glockenspiel. Biglerville Pennsylvania 29apr1981

[] Bethlehem Inn, no vacancy. Musical play. 3 Soloists and children's choir
composed with Connie Thomas (of Acton, Massachusetts)
adapted and arranged by Joyce Merman (pseud. of Marjorie Farmer), published by Shawnee Press Inc., Harold Flammer, Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania 14aug1978
St John's School chorus / Joseph Bertolozzi. Beacon NY 14dec1983
Dr. Duilio Dobrin main characters, Ajay Torres innkeeper, Ann McCullough innkeepers wife, Oneyda Padierna role of Mary, Miguel Hilao role of Joseph, Tom Chambers shepherd I, Nicole Ayala shepherd II, Westminster Chancel Choir, Grace Notes piano. Detroit

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