|Short Name:||I. B. Woodbury|
|Full Name:||Woodbury, I. B. (Isaac Baker), 1819-1858|
Woodbury, Isaac Baker. (Beverly, Massachusetts, October 23, 1819--October 26, 1858, Columbia, South Carolina). Music editor. As a boy, he studied music in nearby Boston, then spent his nineteenth year in further study in London and Paris.
He taught for six years in Boston, traveling throughout New England with the Bay State Glee Club. He later lived at Bellow Falls, Vermont, where he organized the New Hampshire and Vermont Musical Association. In 1849 he settled in New York City where he directed the music at the Rutgers Street Church until ill-health caused him to resign in 1851. He became editor of the New York Musical Review and made another trip to Europe in 1852 to collect material for the magazine. in the fall of 1858 his health broke down from overwork and he went south hoping to regain his strength, but died three days after reaching Columbia, South Carolina.
He published a number of tune-books, of which the Dulcimer, of New York Collection of Sacred Music, went through a number of editions. His Elements of Musical Composition, 1844, was later issued as the Self-instructor in Musical Composition. He also assisted in the compilation of the Methodist Hymn Book of 1857.
|Texts by I. B. Woodbury (12)||As||Instances|
|أيها النائم ما هذا السبات||Isaac B. Woodbury (Author)||1|
|Awake, awake, and take the pledge||Isaac B. Woodbury (Author)||3|
|Christian, the morn breaks sweetly o'er thee||Isaac B. Woodbury (Author)||3|
|Ho reapers in the whitened harvest||Isaac B. Woodbury (Author)||4|
|Ho reapers of Life's harvest, Why stand with rusted blade||Isaac B. Woodbury (Author)||79|
|Hoestfolk livets hoesttid||Isaac B. Woodbury (Author)||1|
|Ihr Schnitter in der Ernte||Isaac B. Woodbury (Author)||6|
|Ihr schweren Sorgen weicht||Isaac B. Woodbury (Author)||2|
|O slumberer, rouse thee||Isaac B. Woodbury (Author)||7|
|O we are happy now, dear mother||Isaac B. Woodbury (Author)||7|
|Was steht ihr Schnitter müßig?||I. B. Woodbury (Author)||2|
|When storms of sorrow darken||Isaac B. Woodbury (Author)||2|