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Vocal Solo Medium Voice/Low Voice
Courage
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More about Thomas M. Waldron:
Tom has a music education degree from Utah State University and a Master Degree in conducting from Brigham Young University. He taught high school choirs for thirty years at Granite, Brighton, and Jordan High Schools. He also organized and taught high school English handbell choirs at Brighton and Jordan high schools. He sang with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir (now called the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square). He also was the first director of the Bells on Temple Square.
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As children, whenever one of us would run to Dad with a complaint, he would recite this poem by Larcom. He tells us his mother would do the same when he was a boy. I do not recall it ever making me feel better. But it is now a precious memory. 

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