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Andrew W. Johnson was a merchant, tunebook compiler, and composer in middle Tennessee. He married Susan F. Ellis in Rutherford County, Tennessee, on September 4, 1838. They moved to neighboring Bedford County before 1841, and to Cornersville in Marshall County by 1853; he and his wife are buried there. Susan F. (Ellis) Johnson, b. January 12, 1816, d. April 21, 1898 (Eskew 2001).
 
Andrew W. Johnson was a merchant, tunebook compiler, and composer in middle Tennessee. He married Susan F. Ellis in Rutherford County, Tennessee, on September 4, 1838. They moved to neighboring Bedford County before 1841, and to Cornersville in Marshall County by 1853; he and his wife are buried there. Susan F. (Ellis) Johnson, b. January 12, 1816, d. April 21, 1898 (Eskew 2001).
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==Publications==
 
==Publications==
 
*Johnson, Andrew W. 1839. ''The American Harmony: Containing a Plain and Easy Introduction to the Grounds of Music'', Second Edition. Nashville, Tennessee: E. H. Dunn.
 
*Johnson, Andrew W. 1839. ''The American Harmony: Containing a Plain and Easy Introduction to the Grounds of Music'', Second Edition. Nashville, Tennessee: E. H. Dunn.
*Johnson, Andrew W. 1846. ''The Eclectic Harmony: Containing a Plain and Easy Introduction to the Grounds of Music'', Second Edition. Shelbyville, Tennessee: N. O. Wallace.
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*Johnson, Andrew W. 1846. ''[[The Eclectic Harmony (Andrew Johnson)|The Eclectic Harmony]]: Containing a Plain and Easy Introduction to the Grounds of Music'', Second Edition. Shelbyville, Tennessee: N. O. Wallace.
 
*Johnson, Andrew W. 1853. ''The Western Psalmodist: A New System of Notation, A Collection of Church Music''. Nashville, Tennessee: Author,
 
*Johnson, Andrew W. 1853. ''The Western Psalmodist: A New System of Notation, A Collection of Church Music''. Nashville, Tennessee: Author,
  
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Latest revision as of 10:46, 13 November 2020

Life

Born: 1802

Died: 1885

Andrew W. Johnson was a merchant, tunebook compiler, and composer in middle Tennessee. He married Susan F. Ellis in Rutherford County, Tennessee, on September 4, 1838. They moved to neighboring Bedford County before 1841, and to Cornersville in Marshall County by 1853; he and his wife are buried there. Susan F. (Ellis) Johnson, b. January 12, 1816, d. April 21, 1898 (Eskew 2001).

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Publications

  • Johnson, Andrew W. 1839. The American Harmony: Containing a Plain and Easy Introduction to the Grounds of Music, Second Edition. Nashville, Tennessee: E. H. Dunn.
  • Johnson, Andrew W. 1846. The Eclectic Harmony: Containing a Plain and Easy Introduction to the Grounds of Music, Second Edition. Shelbyville, Tennessee: N. O. Wallace.
  • Johnson, Andrew W. 1853. The Western Psalmodist: A New System of Notation, A Collection of Church Music. Nashville, Tennessee: Author,

References

  • Eskew, Harry. 2001. Andrew W. Johnson's The Eclectic Harmony: A Middle Tunebook in Middle Tennessee. Notes, Ser. 2, 58(2):291-301.

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