Andrews, Marguerite Heer (fem) 28.mar.1896-11.may.1979 USA Ohio, Columbus - Columbus Bexley
pianist, 1896-1930 residing at 139/143 East Beck Street, studied piano for several years with Marguerite Liszniewska at Cincinnati Conservatory, on a student scholarship with Severin Eisenberger and accompanying with Frank LaForge, composition at Ohio State University in Columbus, BM in composition from Capital University in Columbus Bexley, soloist with Columbus orchestras, accompanist for New York, Cincinnati and Columbus artists, board member of the Women's Music Club, the Saturday Music Club and the Columbus Teachers Association, 1930-1945 as music teacher residing at 504 Linwood Avenue in Columbus, she died at Mt Carmel Hospital in Columbus ; daughter of salesman Otto Heer (Ohio 7.jun.1867-24.apr.1933 Columbus) and Louisa Born (Columbus 27.jan.1868-7.aug.1943 Columbus) ; 1919 she married accountant Burleigh Ray Oman (Ohio, Duvall 26.feb.1893-4.nov.1960 Ohio, Ashville), divorced 1929 ; 1930 she married the divorced bank president Russell Robert Andrews (Ohio, Hamilton 19.sep.1876-17.jan.1962 Hamilton), divorced 1944

Title Parts

[] Five miniatures. Piano
[] Monotone. Women's choir. Women's Music Club, Columbus 1941
words Carl Sandburg

[] Darling Nelly Gray. Women's choir and piano. Ohio State Fair 1941
words Carl Sandburg, music Benjamin Russel Hanby, arr Marguerite Heer Andrews
pub Oliver Ditson, Philadelphia 30jul1941

[] Wood song. Voice and piano
words Sara Teasdale

[] Sweetheart. Voice and piano
words Dorothy Thompson

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