Robert Morrison Stults

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Aliases: Norwood Dale; S. M. Roberts


Born: 1 June 1861

Died: 24 March 1933


Robert Morrison Stults was born in Hightstown, New Jersey, son of a newspaper publisher. He was educated in music by family and local teachers. After graduating from Long Branch High School, he became a music teacher there and studied piano and composition with Frederick Brandeis. He moved to Baltimore, Maryland, opening a piano and sheet music store, then to Philadelphia and became manager of the retail division of a large piano dealer. He was also Organist of the Christ Episcopal Church, Ridley Park. His compositions include cantatas, operettas, instrumental pieces, piano and organ pieces, vocal pieces, and popular music. He often published under pseudonyms. His most famous work is The Sweetest Story Ever Told.

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