Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography/Converse, Charles Crozat

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CONVERSE, Charles Crozat, musical composer, b. in Warren, Mass., in 1834. He studied law and music in Leipsic, Germany, returned home in 1857, and was graduated at the Albany law-school in 1861. His musical compositions have appeared under the anagrammatic pen-names “C. O. Nevers,” “Karl Reden,” and “E. C. Revons.” He has published a cantata (1855); “New Method for the Guitar” (1855); “Musical Bouquet” (1859); “The One Hundred and Twenty-sixth Psalm” (1860); “Sweet Singer” (1863); “Church Singer” (1863); “Sayings of Sages” (1863).