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'''Born:''' 15 October 1772, Newbury, Massachusetts
  
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'''Died:''' 19 October 1812, Charleston, South Carolina
  
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Amos Pilsbury was a silversmith, schoolteacher, and a clerk in the Presbyterian Church. In 1799 he compiled ''United States Sacred Harmony''.
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*Pilsbury, Amos. 1799. ''The United States’ Sacred Harmony''. Boston: Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews 224 pp.
  
 
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Revision as of 20:25, 16 October 2017

Life

Born: 15 October 1772, Newbury, Massachusetts

Died: 19 October 1812, Charleston, South Carolina

Biography

Amos Pilsbury was a silversmith, schoolteacher, and a clerk in the Presbyterian Church. In 1799 he compiled United States Sacred Harmony.

View the Wikipedia article on Amos Pilsbury.

List of choral works

 
Click here to search for this composer on CPDL

Publications

  • Pilsbury, Amos. 1799. The United States’ Sacred Harmony. Boston: Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews 224 pp.

External links