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J. Rosamond Johnson (1873–1954)

J. Rosamond Johnson was born on August 11, 1873 in Jacksonville, Florida, USA. He is known for Infinite (2021), Do the Right Thing (1989) and Antebellum (2020). He was married to Nora Ethel Floyd. He died on November 11, 1954 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Infinite Soundtrack
Do the Right Thing Soundtrack
Antebellum Soundtrack
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 1990 Framed (TV Movie) (composer: song "España Cani" - as Rosamond Johnson)
 1990 Melba Moore: Lift Every Voice and Sing (Music Video) (lyrics by - as Rosamond Johnson)
 1933 The Emperor Jones (vocal arranger)
 1929 St. Louis Blues (Short) (music arranger: choral arrangements - as Rosamond Johnson)
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Other Works:

Stage Play: The Belle of Bridgeport. Farce. Written by Glen MacDonough. Music by J. Rosamond Johnson. Lyrics by Bob Cole and James Weldon Johnson. Additional music by William J. Accooe, William Jefferson and Cecilia Loftus [credited as Cissie Loftus]. Additional lyrics by William Jefferson, Cecilia Loftus [credited as Cissie Loftus] and ... See more »

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Rosamond Johnson


Nora Ethel Floyd  (his death)  (3 children)

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Brother of poet James Weldon Johnson.

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