Sabine, Wallace Clement
|born on||13 June 1868 at 16:20 (= 4:20 PM )|
|Place||Richwood, Ohio, 40n26, 83w18|
|Timezone||LMT m83w18 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||23°04' 28°31 Asc. 15°22'|
American physicist who founded the field of architectural acoustics.
He graduated from Ohio State University in 1886 at the age of 18 before joining Harvard University for graduate study and remaining as a faculty member. Sabine was acoustical architect of Boston's Symphony Hall, widely considered one of the two or three best concert halls in the world for its acoustics.
He died on January 10, 1919.
Sy Scholfield quotes William Dana Orcutt's book, "Wallace Clement Sabine: A Study in Achievement" (Plimpton, 1933), p. 4: "'Our boy was born at four o'clock, twenty minutes, on the afternoon of June 13, 1868, in Richwood, Ohio,' records his mother in her Diary."
- Vocation : Science : Physics (acoustics)