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*[[Washington (Reubin Monday)|Dismiss us with thy blessing, Lord]]
 
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*[[Greensville (Reubin Monday)|How tedious and tasteless the hours]]
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Revision as of 01:04, 27 March 2019

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

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Compositions of Reubin Monday*

Date Title Meter First Line Vo. Comment
1825 Greensville
1820 Knoxville 88.886 Rejoice, my friends, the Lord is King 4 Also in Southern Harmony
1825 London
1816 New Topia
1816 Tranquility
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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