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Shelly, Harry Rowe, 1858-1947



Harry Rowe Shelley (June 8, 1858 – September 12, 1947) was an American composer, organist (church and concert), and professor of music. Born in New Haven, Connecticut, Shelley studied with Gustave J. Stoeckel at Yale College, Dudley Buck, Max (Wilhelm Carl) Vogrich, and Antonín Dvořák in New York, and completed his musical education in London and Paris. According to his New York Times obituary, Shelley "penned church music that won him wide popularity. For 60 years a host of English-speaking peoples throughout the world sang his hymns."

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

The Resurrection, 1887

 Item — Box 3: Series Vocal_sheet_music_001, Folder: Ra-Ru, Object: 28
Identifier: Vocal_sheet_music_001
Scope and Contents

1 Medium Soprano / Baritone, 1 alto

Dates: Publication: 1887