Jacob (Jack) Glogau (31 December 1886, New York City - 30 October 1953, New York City) was an American composer.
Glogau joined the staff of a New York music publisher in 1910 and wrote special music for several entertainers. He contributed scores to several of the first American film musicals and was a pioneer in modern music printing practices.
For much of his output Glogau teamed up with Al Piantadosi. Of ragtime interest is his The Aeroplane (1913). His works include marches, a foxtrot The Carus Breeze (1914) , patriotic WWI songs as well as other songs, some comic. He is perhaps best known for his On the Shores of Italy (1914) written together with Al Piantadosi.
Works for Winds
- King Sol March (arr. Alford) (1909)
- Lucky Strike March, The (arr. Brockton) (1902)
- My Lovin' Melody Man March (arr. Grooms) (1913)
- Opechee, Indian intermezzo (arr. Redfield) (1909)
- Under Orders March (arr. Brockton) (1920)
- Wake Up America March (arr. Ninmer) (1916)
- Wake Up America March (arr. O'Hare) (1916)
- When It's Circus Day Back Home (arr. Trinkaus) (1917)
- Heritage Encyclopedia of Band Music. "Jack Glogau." Accessed 1 January 2017
- "Jack Glogau". Geoff Grainger's Webpages Accessed 1 January 2017