The composer Wayne Barlow received his M.Mus. and Ph.D levels in music in the Eastman College in Rochester, NY, and in addition studied with Schoenberg in the College or university of Southern California. He got a position in the Eastman College in 1937, where his responsibilities included the directorship from the digital music studio room. He became the organist and choirmaster at St. Thomas in 1945. His many compositions are variously serial, tonal, and eclectic. Barlow’s writings are the publication Foundations of Music.