Born: 23 December 1812, Bethania, North Carolina
Died: 15 September 1880, near Wadley, Georgia
William Hauser was a "physician, pharmacist, Methodist minister, singing teacher," and arranger and compiler of vocal music books. He married Eliza M. Benshaw in 1837. In 1846 they settled on a farm near Wadley, Georgia; in 1859 he became professor of physiology at Oglethorpe Medical College. His last name was spelled Houser in early publications, but he returned to its original spelling in later life (Steel and Hulan 2010).
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List of choral works
Arrangements by William Hauser
- Complainer (William Walker)
- Emerald Gates (Ananias Davisson)
- Faithful Soldier (William Walker)
- Holy Manna (William Moore)
- Idumea (Ananias Davisson)
- Invitation (Jacob Kimball)
- Kedron (Amos Pilsbury)
- Mecklenburg (Anonymous)
- Redeeming Grace (Anonymous)
- Restoration (Anonymous)
- Road's Town (Elkanah Dare)
- Salem (William Moore)
- Star in the East (Deodatus Dutton)
- Sweet Rivers (William Moore)
- Transport (Anonymous)
- Tunbridge (Jacob Kimball)
- Wallace (Deodatus Dutton)
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- Houser, William. 1848. The Hesperian Harp, a Collection of Psalm and Hymn Tunes, Odes, and Anthems. Phladelphia: S. C. Collins. Second Edition, 1874.556 pp.
- Hauser, William; and Benjamin Turner. 1878. The Olive Leaf. Wadley, Georgia: Authors. 390 pp.