Russell King Miller Edit Profile
Student Princeton University to sophomore year. Musical education, Philadelphia and New York.
King (Mistress Raymond W. Clawson). Teacher of music, and has served as organist in Holland Presbyterian Church, 1893, First Presbyterian Church, Germantown, 1898, First Baptist Church, 1900, Temple Keneseth Israel, since 1902, all in Philadelphia Compositions: (organ) Symphonic Scherzo, 1895. Nocturne, 1897; Epilogue, 1897.
Festival March (awarded prize as best organ composition by American Guild of Organists), 1903. Concert Overture, 1909. Festival Postlude, 1904.
Impromptu, 1904; Cortège, 1904. Elegy, 1905; Chanson Pastorale, 1907. Berceuse, 1908; Serenade, 1908.
For tenor and organ, recit. and arietta, What Is Man?, 1909. A Christmas Idyl, for solo voices, chorus and organ, 1933. Three Hymns of the Ancient Church, 1934.
Also many compositions for piano, songs and church music. Professor composition and theory of music, Combs College of Music, Philadelphia, 1923—.
Married Emily Meyer Wilson, 1899.