Hamilton-Schuyler family papers  1820-1924 (bulk 1820-1877)
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Law, Andrew. The musical magazine ... (Cheshire, Conn., 1792) see also part III of The art of singing and other editions. Transferred to Book Division.

Law, Andrew. Harmonic companion. (Philadelphia, 1807) see also The art of singing also editions of 1813, 1819. Transferred to Book Division.

Related Materials

Crawford, Richard. The papers of Andrew Law in the William L. Clements Library.

Law, Andrew. Select harmony. (Cheshire, Conn., 1778), see also other editions and numerous variants, 1779, 1782, 1812

Law, Andrew. A select number of plain tunes adapted to Congregational worship ... (S.l., 1781)

Law, Andrew. A collection of hymn tunes from the most modern and approved authors. (Cheshire, Conn., 1783)

Law, Andrew. A collection of hymns for social worship. (Cheshire, Conn., 1783)

Law, Andrew. The rudiments of music ... (Cheshire, Conn., 3rd ed., 1791), also editions of 1792, 1793

Law, Andrew. The art of singing ... (Cheshire, Conn., 1794), also editions of 1800, 1803, 1803-05, 1811, 1820

Law, Andrew. Musical primer ... (Philadelphia, 1810), also edition of 1817, see also part I of The art of singing

Law, Andrew. Supplement to the Musical Primer ... (Philadelphia, 1811), also edition of 1820

Law, Andrew. [Sixteen tune settings] (S.l., ca.1812)

Law, Andrew. Essays on music. (Hartford, 1821)

Law, Samuel Andrew. Mr. Adgate's new plan of solfaing, examined. (S.l., 1792?) anonymous work, probably written by Samuel Andrew Law, Andrew Law's nephew

Rogers, William. The prayer ... (Philadelphia, 1800), also includes some of Law's music.

William Law papers, William L. Clements Library, The University of Michigan

The Bentley Historical Library holds the papers of Andrew Law historian Richard Crawford: Richard Crawford papers, 1893-1915 and 1949-2001. Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan.

Bibliography

Crawford, Richard. Andrew Law (1749-1821): the career of an American musician. (PhD Diss., Univ. of Michigan, 1965).

Crawford, Richard. Andrew Law, American psalmodist. (Evanston, Ill., 1968)

Hitchcock, W. Wiley and Stanley Sadie. The New Grove Dictionary of American Music, vol. 3 (London, 1986), p. 18.