Abraham Wood (composer)
Wood was born in Massachusetts Bay Colony and was a drummer during the American Revolutionary War. He wrote Warren to commemorate the army officer Joseph Warren (1741–1775), who died courageously in the Battle of Bunker Hill and he wrote A Hymn on Peace to commemorate the Treaty of Paris that officially ended the Revolutionary War. This work was circulated as single pamphlet instead of part of a larger collection of sacred pieces, which was more common of the time.
Volume 6. Abraham Wood, The Collected Works, edited by Karl Kroeger. 144 pages, ISBN 0-8153-2301-8.
List of works
- Worcester (How beauteous are their feet)MIDI
- Marlborough MIDI
- A Hymn on Peace
- Brevity (Man, born of woman)
- "A Hymn on Peace" and "Warren" on The Birth of Liberty - New World Records 
- "Brevity (Man, born of woman)", "Walpole", and "Worcester (How beauteous are their feet)" on Early American Choral Music Volume 2 Anglo-American Psalmody 1550-1800 on Harmonia Mundi
- http://www.amaranthpublishing.com/billings.htm Amaranth Publishing
- http://www.voxnovus.com/resources/American_Composer_Timeline.htm American Composer Timeline
- http://www.newworldrecords.org/album.cgi?rm=view&album_id=80276 The Birth of Liberty - New World Records
- http://www.prestoclassical.co.uk/c/Wood%252C%2BAbraham/all/1 Harmonia Mundi
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