James Philip Dunn

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James Philip Dunn (USA. January 10, 1884, New York – July 24, 1936, Jersey City, NJ.) was an American composer and organist in New York, Jersey City and Bayonne, New Jersey. He was a pupil of Edward MacDowell.

Work List[edit]

  • Chanson Passionée: Romance, 1916
  • Surrexit Christus Hodie
  • Cortège Orientale, 1921
  • Overture on Negro Themes, 1921

References[edit]

Henderson, John. A Directory of Composers for Organ – Third Revised and Enlarged Edition. John Henderson (Publishing) Ltd., 2005, p. 201. ISBN 0 9528050 2 2