|Short Name:||A. Brooks Everett|
|Full Name:||Everett, A. Brooks (Asa Brooks), 1828-1875|
Asa Brooks Everett MusDoc USA 1828-1875. Born in VA, he planned to be a doctor, but decided to study music instead. He studied in Boston for four years and also in Leipzig, Germany for four years.. He composed many gospel tunes and edited “The Sceptre” a New York publication. His brothers, Benjamin and Leonard, were also composers. He and Leonard organized a musical instruction system in Richmond, VA, in the 1850s. By 1861, 50 teachers and singing schools were representing them and using their publications. He died in Nashville, TN.
|Texts by A. Brooks Everett (2)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|Come sinner, come why longer roam||Asa Brooks Everett (Author)||2|
|Gloomy night is past||A. Brooks Everett (Author)||2|