John Andrew Stevenson

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Born: 1761

Died: 14 September 1833

Biography Sir John Andrew Stevenson was an Irish composer of classical music. He is best known for his publications of Irish Melodies with poet Thomas Moore. He was granted an honorary doctorate by the University of Dublin, and was knighted in April, 1802. He was the son of a Scottish coach builder. Stevenson was born in Crane Lane off Dame Street, Dublin. As an indentured choirboy at Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin in 1775 hed received tutorage under Richard Woodward junior and Samuel Murphy.

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