ROWLEY, DAISY WOODRUFF , 1873-1938

Biography:

Musician, teacher, composer. Born– 1873,┬áMontevallo. Parents– Charles Sylvester and Caroline (Bailey) Rowley. Education– private schools; graduate of Tuscaloosa Female College, 1899; Royal Conservatory of Music in Dresden, Germany, for two years. Director and proprietor of an Academy of music in Birmingham, 1900-. Died April 2, 1938.

Publication(s):

Graded Piano Course for Teachers. Montgomery, Ala.; Brown Printing Co., 1905.

Nine Hundred Model Lessons for Piano Teachers. Birmingham, Ala.; Dispatch Pub. Co., 1911.

Counterpoint Poets and Musicians. S.l.; s.n., s.d.

Friendship Book for College Students. S.l.; s.n., s.d.

Lessons in Elementary Theory. S.l.; s.n., s.d.

Composer

Songs:

Blessed be the Great Jehovah.

Come Weary Souls.

Dreaming.

Good Night.

Unrequited.

Piano_Compositions

Aire de Ballet.

Variation on Theme of Dixie.

Opera_(Words_and_Music)

Terra Sortis. (Composed and presented for the benefit of St. Vincent’s Hospital.)