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Moore, Henry Eaton

composer, teacher, journalist, musician, educator

born: 21 Jul 1803 Andover, New Hampshire / state, USA Source: 1  

died: 23 Oct 1841 Cambridge, Massachusetts / state, USA Source: 1  

The Music Sack has 8 items with information about Henry Eaton Moore:


Sadie, Stanley
Hitchcock, H. Wiley
The new Grove dictionary of American music
edited by H. Wiley Hitchcock and Stanley Sadie
New York, N.Y. : Grove's Dictionaries of Music, 1986. 4 v.

Number of People : 3,993


Wunderlich, Charles Edward
A history and bibliography of early American musical periodicals, 1782-1852
By Charles Edward Wunderlich
1962, 783 p.
       Note: A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the University of Michigan

Number of People : 1,087


Bio-bibliographical index of musicians in the United States of America since colonial times
Prepared by the District of Columbia Historical Records Survey Division of Community Service Programs Works project Administration
Washington, DC: 1941, 439 p.

Number of People : 10,576


Herringshaw, Thomas W.
Herringshaw's national library of American biography, etc ...
Chicago: 1909-14, 5 vols.

Number of People : 683


Fiske, John
Wilson, James Grant
Appletons' cyclopaedia of American biography ...
Edited by James Grant Wilson and John a Fiske.
New York: 1888, 87, 6 vols.

Number of People : 207

 1886 Source: 1

Brown, James Duff
Biographical dictionary of musicians.
With a bibliography of English writings on music
Paisley, Scotland: A. Gardner, 1886, 637 p.

Number of People : 4,300


Drake, Francis S.
Dictionary of American biography including man of the time ... and a supplement ...
Boston: 1870

Number of People : 64


Duyckinck, Evert A.
Duyckinck, George L.
Cyclopaedia of American literature ... from the earliest period to the present day, etc ...
New York: 1856, 2 vols.

Number of People : 5

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