Sally Ann Morris

MORRIS, Sally Ann. b. Greensboro, North Carolina, 16 September 1952. She is a composer of hymn tunes, anthems, and a leader and teacher of congregational song. A lifelong Presbyterian (PCUSA), she was baptized at the age of six at Highland Presbyterian Church, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Her father was a string bass player, and a member of the newly formed Winston-Salem Symphony Orchestra from the 1950s into the 1970s. He grandparents on her mother’s side, George (d. 1973) and Ruby Moxley (d. 1977), were the owners of the Moxley Piano Company, the Winston-Salem dealership of the Baldwin Piano and Organ Company. Before moving to North Carolina, Sally Ann’s grandfather learned piano...

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