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us: Jenkins, Joseph Willcox

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    • us: Jenkins, J. W. (Joseph Willcox)
    • us: Jenkins, Joseph Wilcox
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    • Birth Place

        Philadelphia (Pa.)
    • Death Place

        Pittsburgh (Pa.)
    • Associated Local

        Pittsburgh (Pa.)
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: (naf) Duquesne University. School of Music
        • Affiliation Start: 1961
        • Affiliation End: 2012
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        (lcsh) Music
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          (lcsh) Composers
            (lcsh) College teachers
              (lcsh) Music teachers
                (lcsh) Organists
                  (lcsh) Choral conductors
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              • Sources

                • found: His Cumberland Gap, 1961.
                • found: United States Army Band. God bless the USA [SR] 1999: insert (Joseph W. Jenkins)
                • found: Ww in Amer. mus., classical, 2nd ed. (Jenkins, Joseph Willcox; b. Feb. 15, 1928, Philadelphia, Pa.; educator, composer)
                • found: Historic organs of Boston [SR] 2003: notes (Six pieces for organ, op. 50 / Joseph Wilcox Jenkins; b. 1928)
                • found: Shadyside Presbyterian Church (Pittsburgh, Pa.). Chancel Choir. Shadyside Presbyterian Church Choir sings centennial music (1866-1966) [SR] 1966: label (J.W. Jenkins) container (Joseph Willcox Jenkins)
                • found: Pittsburgh post-gazette WWW site, Feb. 3, 2014 (Joseph Willcox Jenkins; Feb. 15, 1928-Jan. 31, 2014; native of the Philadelphia area; moved to Pittsburgh in 1961; d. in Lawrenceville [Pittsburgh, Pa.], at 85; composer and professor emeritus in the Mary Pappert School of Music at Duquesne University; joined the music faculty at Duquesne in 1961, where he taught theory, orchestration, and composition and remained a full-time faculty member until about five years ago and a professor emeritus teaching courses through the fall of 2012; also composer, organist, and choir director)
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