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Jane Marshall

Short Name: Jane Marshall
Full Name: Marshall, Jane (Jane Manton)
Birth Year: 1924
Death Year: 2019

Jane Marshall, was born Jane Anne Manton in Dallas in 1924. She became a pianist and organist and composed music as a teenager. She earned a music degree in 1945 from SMU. She married Elbert Marshall. She went on to write more than 200 hymns and other sacred music works. She later earned a Masters degree in 1968 from SMU in choral conducting and composition. She taught at SMU's Perkins School of Theology and tis Church Music Summer School from 1975-2010. She attended Northaven United Methodist Church in Dallas for many years, collaborated often with other hymn writers, and encouraged many students.

Dianne Shapiro, from UM News article , May 30, 2019 by Sam Hodges (accessed 6-7-2019)


Texts by Jane Marshall (8)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
From Miles AroundJane Manton Marshall (b. 1924) (Author)English3
Jesus ama cada uno (Jesus cares for everyone)Jane M. Marshall (Author)English, Spanish2
Holy Ghost, dispel our sadnessJane Marshall (Author, st. 2)English1
[Ten Lepers] (What gift can we bring)Jane Marshall (Author)English1
What gift can we bring, what present, what tokenJane Marshall (Author)English13
While Mary listened to the LordJane M. Marshall (Author)English2
With awe approach the mysteriesJane Marshall (Author)English2
You call us, Lord, to beJane Manton Marshall (1924-) (Author)English3

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