WOODLAND (Gould)

WOODLAND (Gould)

Composer: Nathaniel D. Gould (1832)
Published in 59 hymnals


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Composer: Nathaniel D. Gould

Nathaniel Duren Gould 1781-1864. Born in Bedford, MA, into the Duren family, He was musically inclined and attended a singing school when young. He was also a master and teacher of penmanship and engraving. As a conservative music reformer he opened a singing school in 1799. He taught mostly Psalmody singing. He married Sally Andrews Prichard in 1801, and they had eight children: Nathaniel, Augustus, Charles, Mary Ann, (2 unnamed infants that died), Elizabeth and Sarah. He also formed the New Ipswitch military band in 1804 He was conductor of the Middlesex MA Musical Society in 1805. He took the name Gould in 1806 to qualify for an inheritance from an uncle. He taught music in NH and MA in some 115 singing schools over 50+ years an… Go to person page >

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Title: WOODLAND (Gould)
Composer: Nathaniel D. Gould (1832)
Meter: 8.6.8.6
Incipit: 13353 232
Copyright: Public Domain

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