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K. Newell Dayley (born 1939) is a prominent Latter Day Saint composer, hymnwriter and musician. He is a professor of music at Brigham Young University (BYU) and currently serves as the associate academic vice president for undergraduate studies at that institution.
Dayley is married to Diane Wilcox and they are the parents of eight children.
Dayley joined the BYU faculty in 1967. Dayley was the first director of the BYU jazz ensemble, Synthesis. He also directed the brass ensemble and other organizations, as well as many musical theatre productions. He has taught classes from trumpet to music theory and from film scoring to music business.
Prior to his current appointment as assistant academic vice president, Dayley served as Dean of the College of Fine Arts and Communications at BYU as well as Chair of the Music Department and Associate Dean of General Education and Honors.
Amongst his works are "Bring Forth My Zion", "First You Have A Dream", the music to LDS hymn # 220 "Lord, I Would Follow Thee", words and music to "Faith in Every Footstep", and the music to "I Feel My Savior's Love", "Every Star is Different", "Hum Your Favorite Hymn", "Home" and "The World Is So Big" in the LDS Church Primary's Children's Songbook. Dayley has also written musical sections for passages in the Book of Mormon.
- ↑ BYU biographical sketch of Dayley
- ↑ "BYU magazine". http://magazine.byu.edu/?act=view&a=2085.
- ↑ 06-07 Undergrad Catalog | School of Music
- ↑ http://avp.byu.edu/documents/pdf/KND-AUC.pdf
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 5.2 Biographical Sketch
- ↑ BYU Singers - Repertoire by Composer
- ↑ "The Book of Mormon in Latter-day Saint Hymnody". by Karen Lynn Davidson (Provo, Utah: Maxwell Institute, 2000. Pp. 14–27) at , see note 36.
- ↑ LDS Church News, March 30th, 2002, page Z13