Kate Stearns Page
PAGE, Kate Stearns, b. Brookline, Massachusetts, 21 August 1873; d. New York, 19 January 1963. Author and compiler of children's songs, and dramatic works, in including Robin Hood: A Play with Music for Children (1950). Her literary works include My Lady Sleeps (1899), intended ‘to bring together the best verse on the general theme of sleep, including dreams, rest and bed-time songs' (Prefatory Note, p. ix). Page compiled a number of piano method books and collections, often collaborating with Angela Diller (1877-1968) co-founder of the Quaile-Diller Music School, New York City, 1920. She is known to hymnody for ‘We, thy people, praise thee’*, published in Selected Hymns for Use in School...
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