Harriet Ware

   Harriet Ware was an American composer. She studied piano under William Mason and pursued further studies in piano, voice, harmony and composition in Paris and Ber­lín. She is one of the foremost women composers of the present day. Her compositions include numerous songs: The Cross (1909), Wind and Lyre (1912), and In an Old Garden (1921), and longer compositions: the cantata, Sir Oluf (1911), the one-act opera, Undine (1913), the chorus, Trees (1924), the ballet, White Moth (1925), and the choral symphonic poem, The Artisan (1929). She became the president of Harriet Ware, Publishers, Inc., in 1926.