Music composed by Madalyn Akers Phillips. Includes art songs, popular songs, choral works, and instrumental works.
Madalyn Akers Phillips (b. Maddalena Heryer, 1889) was a composer, organist, and music teacher. She studied at Knox College
and the American Conservatory and was an honorary member of Sigma Alpha Iota. In 1916 she married William Fred Akers and was
widowed in 1930. In 1934 she married William S. Phillips. Her compositions – for which she wrote the lyrics of many - often
were of a religious or patriotic nature. They were performed by Lawrence Tibbett, John Charles Thomas, Dusolina Gianninni
and others. She died in 1949 in San Diego, California.
2.5 linear ft.
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