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John Sullivan Dwight: Brook-farmer, editor, and critic of music

George Willis Cooke

John Sullivan Dwight: Brook-farmer, editor, and critic of music

a biography.

by George Willis Cooke

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Published by Transcendental Books in Hartford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dwight, John Sullivan, 1813-1893.,
  • Brook Farm Phalanx (West Roxbury, Boston, Mass.)

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML423.D9 C7 1973
    The Physical Object
    Pagination84 l.
    Number of Pages84
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5080245M
    LC Control Number74151207

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      By , the carol had been published in London, and had been translated into many languages. The best known English translation is “O Holy Night,” authored by John Sullivan Dwight (), a Unitarian minister and American music critic and journalist who made his home at the Transcendentalist community of Brook Farm, MA.   In America, one such was John Sullivan Dwight, the editor and founder of Dwight's Journal of Music, the most prestigious musical publication in the United States from to

      In , the American Unitarian minister and music critic John Sullivan Dwight translated the song from its original French, which had been composed a few years earlier.   In Bach in America, volume 5 of Bach Perspectives, nine scholars track Johann Sebastian Bach's reputation in America from an artist of relative obscurity to a cultural mainstay whose music has spread to all parts of the population, inspired a wealth of scholarship, captivated listeners, and inspired musicians. More than a hundred years passed after Bach's death in before his music .


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John Sullivan Dwight: Brook-farmer, editor, editor critic of music; a biography. Excerpt from John Sullivan Dwight, Brook-Farmer, Editor, and Critic of Music: A Biography So important was Dwigkt's connection witk tbc development of musical interest and taste in Boston tkat it was desirable some account of kis work for music skould be given.

As America’s first music critic and editor of the first substantial music journal, Dwight’s Journal of Music, A Paper of Art and Literature (–), Dwight set the standard by which music critics wrote in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Dwight’s Journal of Music, vol. 1, no. Soon afterwards that same year, Adolphe Adam composed the music.

The song was premiered in Roquemaure in by the opera singer Emily Laurey. Unitarian minister John Sullivan Dwight, editor of Dwight's Journal of Music, translated the song into English in Get this from a library.

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Topics: Dwight, John Sullivan,Brook Farm Phalanx (West Roxbury, Boston, Mass.)Author: George Willis Cooke. John Sullivan Dwight: Brook-farmer, editor, and critic of music.

Hartford, Transcendental Books [] (OCoLC) Named Person: John Sullivan Dwight; John Sullivan Dwight: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: George Willis Cooke. Title: John Sullivan Dwight, Brook-farmer, editor, and critic of music Author: George Willis Cooke Created Date: 11/21/ PM.

ORVIS, Marianne Dwight. Born 4 AprilBoston, Massachusetts; died 12 DecemberBoston, Massachusetts. Wrote under: Marianne Dwight Daughter of John and Mary Corey Dwight; married John Orvis,; children: two.

Marianne Dwight Orvis, the second of four children, lived the first 28 years of her life at the family home in Boston. Codman, J. Brook Farm: Historic and Personal Memoirs. Boston, I Cooke, George Willis. John Sullivan Dwight, Brook–Farmer, Editor, and Critic of Music.

Brook Farm, also called the Brook Farm Institute of Agriculture and Education or the Brook Farm Association for Industry and Education, was a utopian experiment in communal living in the United States in the s.

It was founded by former Unitarian minister George Ripley and his wife Sophia Ripley at the Ellis Farm in West Roxbury, Massachusetts (9 miles outside of downtown Boston) in John Sullivan Dwight: Brook-Farmer, Editor, and Critic of Music: A Biography, published in Topics covered in these letters include George W.

Curtis's engagement, visiting plans, musical meetings, and lectures. Also included is a poem by Dwight. A smaller amount of material consists of responses to inquiries made by Cooke about Dwight. Dwight, John SullivanDwight, John Sullivan, American music critic and editor; b.

Boston, ; d. there, Sept. 5, He graduated from Harvard inand was one of the founders and most active members of the Harvard Musical Assn. After studying for the ministry, in he took charge of the Unitarian Church at Northampton, Mass.

Source for information on Dwight, John Sullivan. John S. Dwight, quoted in George Willis Cooke, John Sullivan Dwight: Brook-Farmer, Editor, and Critic of Music (Hartford, CT: Transcendental Books, ), John S. Dwight taught music and Latin in the preparatory school and went on to become the.

George Willis Cooke George Willis Cooke (Ap Ap ), born in Comstock, Michigan, was a Unitarian minister, writer, editor, and lecturer best known now for his landmark history of the Unitarian movement in the 19th century and for his work on transcendentalist writers and publications.

Bythe carol had been published in London, and has been translated into many languages. The best known English translation is "O Holy Night," authored by John Sullivan Dwight (), a Unitarian minister and American music critic and journalist who made his home at the Transcendentalist community of Brook Farm, MA.1 Dwight's Journal of Music, v, (Aug ).

2 Page 3. 3 The chief printed source of biographical information on Dwight is George Willis Cooke, John Sullivan Dwight: Brook Farmer, Editor, and Critic of Music (Boston, ). Hereafter referred to as "Cooke." / Cooke, John Sullivan Dwight, p.

/ Cooke, John Sullivan Dwight, p./ Cooke, John Sullivan Dwight, p. Variations noted also: space before number, yes and no; in notep. instead of pp. BUT THIS BOOK IS NOT LISTED IN THE BIBLIOGRAPHY!!! The word Journal when referring to Dwight fs Journal of Music.