National Congress on Women in Music (1st : 1981 : New York, N. Y.).
New York Public Library
Carol Longsworth gave brief biographies and/or list of works of these women composers in her report: Amy Cheney Beach (Mrs. H. H. A. Beach), Margaret Ruthven Lang, Mabel Wheeler Daniels, Lili Boulanger, Marion Bauer, Gena Brandscombe, Mary Howe, Ruth Crawford Seeger, Louise Talma, Elinor Remick Warren, Miriam Gideon, Margaret Bonds ("The ballad of the brown king"), Phyllis Tate and Thea Musgrave, among others. Dr. Janice Long's dissertation (excerpt) talks in depth about arranger and composer Alice Parker's works, biography and personal words
Ah, love, but a day / Clara Kathleen Rogers -- At eve I heard a flute / Lily Strickland -- Night / Florence Price -- Children of the moon / Elinor Remick Warren -- Fair Annet's song / Mary Howe -- Gone in good sooth you are / Miriam Gideon -- Come away! / Elinor Remick Warren -- Woman's love: I would live in your love / Jean Eichelberger Ivey -- Chanson d'amour; Extase; Elle et moi / Amy Marcy Cheney Beach -- Will there really be a morning?; Echo; Little elegy; Sunrise / Lori Laitman -- Selections from Though love be a day: Though love be a day; Lily has a rose; After all white horses are in bed; Maggie and milly and molly and may / Gwyneth Walker -- Punishment / Manna-Zucca -- Black cake: a recipe by Emily Dickinson / Sylvia Glickman -- Theology / Betty Jackson King -- Love after 1950: Big sister say / Libby Larsen