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Alice Parker

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For the Alice Parker sentenced to death during the Salem witch trials, see Alice Parker (Salem).

Alice Parker (born December 16, 1925, Boston, Massachusetts) is an American composer, arranger and conductor. Many of her arrangements were done in cooperation with Robert Shaw.

She was awarded the 2014 Brock Commission from the American Choral Directors Association.[1]

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