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Composers and Their Work
   Afdahl, Lee J.
   Alequin, Meredith
   Allen, Paul
   Anderson, Christine
   Anderson, Douglas
   Aprile, William
   Austin, Brenda
   Benton, Douglas J.
   Benton, Robin
   Bigham, Veronica
   Blakey, Helen
   Boatright, Linda
   Boswell, Ambeisa
   Callahan, Frances L.
   Childers, Brian
   Compton, Matthew
   Daniel, Joseph D
   Davidson, Beth
   Dewalt, Darryl
   Dorgan, Lonnie
   Downey, Erin K.
   Downey, Gail
   Durbin, Monika
   Edwards, Dan
   Ekle, Dillon
   Estabrook, Dean M.
   Garee, Betty B.
   Garton, Sue
   Gingrich, Shawn
   Glasgow, Michael
   Green, Brad
   Griffin, Jackie
   Gross, William E.
   Hadar, A (McGhee, Rebekah)
   Hakes, Derek
   Hanson, Nick
   Holdsworth, Rick
   Hooper, John
   Hurlbutt, Patricia
   Hytch, Ian
   Johnson, Jad & Allison
   Johnson, Richard
   Jordan, David
   Joy, Michael
   Keith, Heather
   Kellermeyer, David M.
   Kent, David R.
   Kinney, Paul
   Kristenson, Jane
   Krug, Jason
   Lamb, Linda
   Leung, Chi-hin
   Loiacono, Kenneth
   Love, Joel
   Luttrell, Sueda
   Malinowki, John
   Mallory, Ron
   Martin, Bob
   Martinez-Ortiz, Rafael D.
   Mathis, William H.
   Mazzatenta, Michael
   McChesney, Kevin
   McKlveen, Paul
   Merrett, Fred A.
   Mizell, Carol Lynn
   Morris, Hart
   Murphy, Marcia M.
   Nelson, Susan T.
   Newell, Frances
   Norman, Nancy A.
   Norris, Leila
   Olstad, Brent
   Palmer, J.H. LaVerne
   Parsons, Thomas E.
   Peck, Chris
   Peery, Charles E
   Phillips, Judy
   Prins, Matthew
   Quadrille Handbell Quartet
   Radford, Betty B.
   Ragan, Guy
   Ringham, William
   Ríos-Escribano, E. Bayoán
   Rivera-Aponte, Carlos E.
   Sherlock, Tim
   Sherman, Arnold
   Smith, Carol and Patty, Jane
   Stephenson, Valerie
   Stewart, Kevin
   Stover, Eric
   Strepka, Kimberlee
   Stults, Tyleen
   Sue, Larry
   Tervo, Brian
   Thompson, Karen
   Thompson, Martha Lynn
   Triesback, Judy
   Tucker, Benjamin
   Tucker, Sondra
   Waldron, Tom
   Waugh, Timothy H.
   Werner, Barbara
   Wilson, Malcolm
   Wissinger, Kathleen
   Wood, D. Ann
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Frances Newell

A native of New York City and the Jersey Shore, Frances Newell has a B.A., high honors, in Music and Drama from the University of California, San Diego., followed by graduate opera study at the Manhattan School of Music. She began as a guitarist and singer of folk-rock and international song and composed her first musical to the Max Frisch play “Firebugs”, performed at the Joseph Jefferson Theatre in New York City.

Expanding into opera, she sang lead roles with the Rome Festival Orchestra, Bayreuth Youth Festival, concerts in Portugal, Austria, Mexico, and three recitals at the United Nations.

Frances’ original oratorio, “Soul’s Believing”, published by Fenwick Parva Press, premiered at St. George’s-by-the-River in Rumson, New Jersey. Her operetta, “Captain Charlie”, about a real-life story in Bar Harbor, Maine, had its opening run with members of the Monmouth Symphony in New Jersey. She was later commissioned to compose and record a symphony based on the life of Patrick Henry for Henry’s Red Hill Plantation in Virginia.

A carillonneur at St. George’s, Ms. Newell’s published works include compositions for carillon, chorales, and English handbells. Works-in-progress include a symphonic tone poem to John Milton’s “Paradise Lost” . Frances' compositions have been performed in the USA, Canada, and Belgium.

Awards include the Talent America National Female Entertainer Award and the United Nations Certificate of Appreciation. She teaches Creative Writing and Composition at her community college.

Newell, Frances


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