Law, Andrew


New England singing-teacher; born in Cheshire, Conn. His musical education was derived by studying alone. He composed some hymn-tunes, of which Archdale became popular. In 1782 was published a Collection of the best and most approved Tunes and Anthems, which he compiled. His compositions include Rudiments of Musick; Musical Primer on a new plan, with the Four Characters; Musical Magazine; and Harmonic Companion and Guide to Social Worship.