Robert N. Roth

Short Name: Robert N. Roth
Full Name: Roth, Robert N., 1928-
Birth Year: 1928

Robert N. Roth was born on June 28, 1928 in Somerset, PA and was educated at Franklin and Marshall College (BA, Phi Beta Kappa), the University of Virginia (MA – Raven Society) and the School of Sacred Music of the Union Theological Seminary in New York City (MSM). He served churches in Charlottesville, VA and Mamaroneck, NY before accepting concurrent positions as organist and choirmaster at the Church of St. James the Less in Scarsdale, NY and the Free Synagogue of Westchester in Mount Vernon, NY. He has held memberships in the American Guild of Organists, the Association of Anglican Musicians, and the St. Wilfrid Club in New York City. He is represented in The Hymnal 1982 of the Episcopal Church by his tune WEST PARK, and in Chatter with the Angels by his tune ORR. With his wife Nancy he edited a children’s version of The Hymnal 1982 titled We Sing of God. He also compiled and edited Wond’rous Machine: a Literary Anthology Celebrating the Organ. He has published many articles on church music in various periodicals and numerous arrangements and original compositions for choral groups. He now lives in Oberlin, OH.

Mary Louise VanDyke


Tunes by Robert N. Roth (16)sort descendingAsInstances
[Alleluia, alleluia]Robert N. Roth (Arranger)2
CHEREPONIRobert Roth (Arranger)2
CRUCIFER (Nicholson)Robert Roth (Arranger)2
DIX (Kocher)Robert Roth (Arranger)3
[For your gracious blessing]Robert N. Roth (Composer)2
HEALER (Smith)Robert N. Roth (Arranger)1
[I am a person, God made me special]Robert N. Roth (Arranger)1
IHR KINDERLEIN KOMMETRobert N. Roth (Arranger)1
LAFFERTYRobert Roth (Arranger)1
LOBE DEN HERRENRobert Roth (Arranger)2
PLEADING SAVIORRobert Roth (Arranger)2
[Alleluia! Sing for joy and celebrate]Robert N. Roth (Arranger)1
[Clap your hands, lift your voice]Robert N. Roth (Arranger)1
STUTTGARTRobert Roth (Arranger)2
VENI EMMANUEL (Chant)Robert Roth (Adapter)2
WEST PARKRobert Roth, b. 1928 (Composer)2
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