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Frederick Henry Pease Edit Profile

Musical director , composer

Frederick Henry Pease, musical director, composer.

Background

Pease, Frederick Henry was born on August 24, 1839 in Farmington, Ohio, United States. Son of Peter Pindar and Ruth (Crocker) Pease.

Education

Educated Oberlin College and Michigan State Normal College. Studied music in Boston with B. J. Lang and B. F. Baker, in Italy with San Giovanni, in Dresden with Gustav Scharfe and Jahnssen.

Career

2d, Abby Hunter, March 10, 1887. Professor, October since 1863, now head department of music and director, Conservatory of Music, Michigan State Normal College. Organist chs., Jackson, Michigan, 7 years, Detroit, 15 years, Ypsilanti, Michigan, 5 years.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Old Clock on the Stairs. Pease’s Singing Book. Choral Instruction Course.

      Choral Song Book. Composer: Remember Thy Creator. Pilgrim and Stranger. Reaper and Flowers: A Psalm of Life.

      When the Heart Is Young. He Is There

    • Life’s Story. Te Deum Laudamus

    • Charge Them That Are Rich.

Connections

Married Josephine Dolsen, November 7, 1859 (deceased).

father:
Peter Pindar Pease

mother:
Ruth (Crocker) Pease

spouse:
Josephine Dolsen