Dan M. Shultz

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Dan M. Shultz (b. 1938) is an American educator and composer.

Prof. Shultz holds an M.Mus. degree, and is Professor Emeritus of Music at Walla Walla University in College Park, Washington.

Prof. Shultz taught music for fifty years at all levels in the Seventh-day Adventist school system, including forty years in higher education as an award-winning classroom teacher, ensemble director and chair of the music programs at Union College and Walla Walla University. He has researched and written extensively about historical aspects of music in the Adventist church, authoring A Great Tradition, a book about the history of music at Walla Walla University, and more recently, Adventist Musicians Biographical Resource, an encyclopedia containing the biographies of over 1100 musicians associated with the church.

Shultz was founder of the International Adventist Musicians Association and served as its president for ten years. He continued to serve as the editor of and a contributor to its publications until 2019.

Works for Winds


  • Southern Adventist University Wind Symphony concert program, 9 October 2022