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'''Biography''' Reubin Monday was a singing-school teacher who lived in Knox County, Tennessee about 1815-1830. He contributed tunes to Ananias Davisson's books, ''{{NoComp|Kentucky Harmony|Ananias Davisson}}'' and ''{{NoComp|Supplement to the Kentucky Harmony|Ananias Davisson}}'' and to William Moore's ''{{NoComp|Columbian Harmony|William Moore}}.  
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'''Biography''' Reubin Monday was a singing-school teacher who lived in Knox County, Tennessee about 1815-1830. He contributed tunes to Ananias Davisson's books, ''{{NoComp|Kentucky Harmony|Ananias Davisson}}'' and ''{{NoComp|Supplement to the Kentucky Harmony|Ananias Davisson}}'' and to William Moore's ''{{NoComp|Columbian Harmony|William Moore}}.
 
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*[[Washington (Reubin Monday)|Dismiss us with thy blessing, Lord]]
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*[[Tranquility (Reubin Monday)|My God, the spring of all my joys]]
 
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===Compositions of Reubin Monday*===
 
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Latest revision as of 13:13, 23 November 2020

Life

Born: Unknown

Died: Unknown

Biography Reubin Monday was a singing-school teacher who lived in Knox County, Tennessee about 1815-1830. He contributed tunes to Ananias Davisson's books, Kentucky Harmony and Supplement to the Kentucky Harmony and to William Moore's Columbian Harmony.

List of choral works

A. LISTED BY TITLE

B. LISTED BY FIRST LINE

 
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Compositions of Reubin Monday*

Date Title Meter First Line Vo. Comment
1825 Greensville L. M. D. How tedious and tasteless the hours 3
1820 Knoxville 88.886 Rejoice, my friends, the Lord is King 4 Also in Southern Harmony
1825 London
1816 New Topia
1816 Tranquility C. M. My God, the spring of all my joys 4
1820 Washington L. M. Dismiss us with thy blessing, Lord 4 Also in Southern Harmony, The Sacred Harp
  • . From Music 1983.

Publications

References

  • Music, David W. 1983. Ananias Davisson, Robert Boyd, Reubin Monday, John Martin, and Archibald Rhea in East Tennessee, 1816-26. American Music 1(3):72-84.

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