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musician

William Henry Dana, musician. Served in both Eastern and Western armies during Civil War.; Fellow American College Musicians of University of New York.

Background

Dana, William Henry was born on June 10, 1846 in Warren, Ohio, United States. Son of Junius and Martha (Potter) Dana.

Education

Educated Williston Seminary, Easthampton, Massachusetts. Musical education, Kullak’s Conservatory of Music, Berlin, and Royal Academy of Music, London.

Career

Served in both Eastern and Western armies during Civil War.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Dana’s Practical Thorough Bass, 1874. Dana’s Practical Harmony, 1880. Dana’s Practical Counterpoint, 1885.

      Guide in Orchestration, 1879. Guide in Military Band Arranging, 1880. The National School for Cornet, 1890.

Membership

Served in both Eastern and Western armies during Civil War. Fellow American College Musicians of University of New York.

Connections

Married Emma Jane Tuttle, 1870.

father:
Junius Dana

mother:
Martha (Potter) Dana

spouse:
Emma Jane Tuttle