William J. Marsh (1880, Woolton, Liverpool, England - 1971) was an English-born American composer and educator.
Marsh moved to Texas in 1904 and became a naturalized citizen in 1917. He was professor of organ, composition and theory at Texas Christian University. He was also choir director. As a composer, he published over 100 works, including the Christmas song, O, Night Divine, Texas' first opera, The Flower Fair at Peking, and the Texas state song, Texas, Our Texas.
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