Author:William Billings

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William Billings
(1746–1800)
American choral composer, widely regarded as the father of American choral music. Originally a tanner by trade, and lacking formal training in music, Billings created what is now recognized as a uniquely American style.— Excerpted from William Billings on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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