Blythe Owen
1898 - 2000
One Woman's Century in Music

Born into a musical family on December 26, 1898, Blythe Owen spent her life devoted to music. During her career she composed a large body of works in nearly every genre, taught all over the world, performed as a pianist for most of her life, and received numerous awards. On December 12, 1998, Dr. Owen's colleagues and friends gathered to celebrate her musical life in a Gala Centennial Celebration. On February 28, 2000 she passed away in Berrien Springs, Michigan. This website celebrates the life and musical career of Blythe Owen. 




Honors and Awards

Gala Centennial Celebration

Curated by Marianne Kordas
Music Materials Center: James White Library
Andrews University

Last Updated on January 27, 2010
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