Jessie Louise Pease (1865-1943) was born in Ypsilanti, Michigan, daughter of Frederick Henry Pease, founder and head of the Conservatory of Music at the Michigan State Normal School. She attended the Conservatory and taught piano there. She studied with Arthur Foote in Boston and spent time in Munich, Paris, and London studying with various master teachers. She died in New York City. She was well known as a composer of songs, particularly in dialect or about children.
All are SATB and unaccompanied unless noted in VOICING column. A noting of “div” indicates some divisi within a part or parts, but usually not a true independent part throughout the work. Solos and accompaniment are also noted.
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