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Hatton, Gaylen



  • Existence: 1928 - 2008

Biographical History

Gaylen Hatton (1928-2008) was a musician and music professor in Utah.

Cundick, R. The brothers, c1986: t.p. (Gaylen Hatton)

Rehrig, W.H. The heritage ency. of band music, c1991 (Hatton, Gaylen; b. 10-4-1928, Red Mountain, Calif.)

Deseret News obituaries, via WWW, 21 July 2016 (Gaylen A. Hatton, born October 4, 1928, died February 8, 2008 in South Jordan, Utah; played drums in his parent's jazz band starting at age 4; served in the Armed Forces from 1951-1953; master's degree from Brigham Young University, 1954; Ph. D. in music composition from University of Utah, 1963; played French horn in Utah Symphony and Sacramento Symphony, Orpheus Woodwind Quintet, Brassworks, Ballet West orchestra, and others; composer, organist, pianist; married Marianne Johnson in 1958; member of General Music Committee for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)

Brigham Young University, College of Fine Arts and Communications History, via WWW, 21 July 2016 (Gaylen A. Hatton, taught at Brigham Young University, University of Utah, and California State University-Sacramento; member of Utah Arts Council Music Committee)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Gaylen Hatton papers

Identifier: MSS 8769
Scope and Contents

Manuscript musical scores, printed musical scores, sound recordings, personal papers. Dates range from approximately 1954 to 2005.

Dates: approximately 1954-2005