Gail Leven Pollock

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Gail Leven Pollock (born 15 October 1947) is an American musician and composer.[1]


Gail Leven Pollock studied at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia, and Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, Georgia. She continued her studies at Westminster Choir College in voice and conducting. After completing her studies she took a position as faculty member at Macon State College (now Middle Georgia State University) and Mercer University and worked as a composer and organist at Riverside United Methodist Church in Macon, Georgia.

Pollock also worked as a church Director of Music. She performs internationally as a singer, pianist and organist.[2] She has also composed and recorded commercial jingles and played keyboard in a dance band.[3]


Gail Leven Pollock composes and arranges sacred choral works and composes organ and organ/piano duets. Selected works include:

  • Hodie Natus Est
  • Let Christians Rejoice[4]
  • The Christmas Book (Piano/Organ Duets)
  • The Christmas Book II (Piano/Organ Duets)
  • Jesus Shall Reign (Five familiar hymns)
  • Preludes to Worship
  • Three Settings of Hymns by Lowell Mason
  • All God's Children
  • It Was Long, Long Ago
  • O Lord Most Holy
  • I Will Sing to the Lord[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Heinrich, Adel Heinrich (1991). Organ and harpsichord music by women composers: an annotated catalog. 
  2. Gail Pollock,, retrieved 5 December 2015 
  3. "Gail Leven Pollock". Retrieved 2 December 2010. 
  4. Charles, Eleanor (27 March 1994). "A Rich Explosion of Song for Holy Week". New York Times. Retrieved 11 December 2015. 

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