George Frederick McKay (1899–1970) — The Star (1957) for organ
George Frederick McKay (1899–1970) was born and spent most of his life in Washington State. He founded the composition department at the University of Washington and served as professor of music for over 40 years. McKay composed nearly 1000 works in every style and form, including about 30 works for organ. In recent years, a series of recordings of his orchestral music on the Naxos label have brought renewed attention to his music.
Published by Carl Fischer in “Poems of Exaltation” (out-of-print)