Composer Lowell Mason

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Lowell Mason

Living place: Massachusetts

Birthday: 8-1-1792

Global rank: #94733

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Who is Composer Lowell Mason?
Remembered as both a music educator and a composer of hymns, this 19th-century musician helped found the Boston Academy of Music and was responsible for the popular music establishment in the nursery rhyme "Mary Had a Little Lamb," as well as for the much-loved arrangement of the Christian hymns "Closer to God" and "Joy to the World".
While in charge of music at New York City's Presbyterian Fifth Avenue church, he began practicing now widely organ-accompanied, congregational psalm singing.

Young / Before famous

He took his first church music director position when he was only seventeen years old.

Family life info

He spent his early years in Medfield, Massachusetts, and later lived and worked in Savannah, Georgia; Boston, Massachusetts; and New York, New York. His children, Lowell, Jr. and Daniel, also pursuing a career in music.

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He was a contemporary of fellow hymn writer John Goss.

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When was Composer Lowell Mason born?
Lowell Mason birthday 8-1-1792 (death).
Where is Composer Lowell Mason's birth place, what is Zodiac/Chinese Zodiac?
Lowell Mason was born in Massachusetts, . is a Composer, whose Zodiac is Capricorn, and who Chinese Zodiac is The Pig. Lowell Mason's global rank is 94733 and whose rank is 1309 in list of famous Composer.
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Birthday Lowell Mason (8-1) in history

  • Day 8-1 year 1815: The Battle of New Orleans, the last battle in the War of 1812, was fought.
  • Day 8-1 year 1918: Woodrow Wilson outlined his Fourteen Points peace program.
  • Day 8-1 year 1958: Bobby Fischer won the United States Chess Championship for the first time at age 14.
  • Day 8-1 year 1959: Charles de Gaulle became the first president of France's Fifth Republic.
  • Day 8-1 year 1964: President Lyndon Johnson announced his War on Poverty.
  • Day 8-1 year 1982: The AT&T Bell System telephone monopoly agreed to divest itself of 22 Bell System companies and split itself into seven "Baby Bells."
  • Day 8-1 year 1998: The mastermind of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, Ramzi Yousef, was sentenced to life in prison.
  • Day 8-1 year 2011: Arizona Representative Gabrielle Giffords is among 17 shot by a gunman at a meeting outside a grocery store. Six people are fatally wounded, including United States District Court Judge John Roll, and a young girl. Police identify the gunman as Jared Lee Loughner.
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