Mortimer Wilson was an American composer of classical music. He also scored several musical and dramatic films in the 1920s. Wilson was born in Chariton, Iowa in Lucas County, a rural area in the south-central portion of the state. He studied organ, violin and composition withFrederick Grant Gleason at the Chicago Music College. He then studied in Leipzig, Germany with Max Reger. Upon return to this country in 1911, he taught at the Atlanta Conservatory and conducted the Atlanta Philharmonic Orchestra. In 1916, he moved to Brenau College in Gainesville, Georgia.
|Images of an Artistic Infant, Op.9||Piece||Piano 4 hands|
|Silhouettes from the Screen, Op.55||Piece||Piano|
|The Young Virtuoso, Op.58||Piece||Piano|
|Suite Petite, Op.57||Suite||Solo Instrument and Piano|
|From My Youth, Op.5||Trio||Chamber group|