Joseph W. Lerman

Short Name: Joseph W. Lerman
Full Name: Lerman, Joseph W., 1865-1935
Birth Year: 1865
Death Year: 1935

Born: December 23, 1865, London (possibly Bethnal Green), England.
Died: October 24, 1935, Brooklyn, New York.

Lerman emigrated to America as a child (he does not appear in the 1871 British census), and was a member of the Olivet Memorial Church in New York City. He played the organ there (1880-1908), and later at the Sixth Avenue Baptist Church, Borough Park Christian Church, and Fourth Avenue Methodist Church, all in Brooklyn. He wrote a considerable amount of church and Sunday School music, and served as musical editor for the Tullar-Meredith Company of New York City, and the Theodore Pressure Company of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Hughes, p. 472
Reynolds, p. 336

Texts by Joseph W. Lerman (10)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
Brother, does life seem dreary?Joseph W. Lerman (Author)English2
Day of wonder, day of gladnessJoseph W. Lerman (Author (chorus))English2
Go out into the highways and compel themJ. W. Lerman (Author)2
Hark the bugle tones resoundingJ. W. L. (Author)2
Jesus came, from Heaven above, praise His nameJ. W. L. (Author)English2
Listen to the bugle as it soundsJ. W. Lerman (Author)English3
Listen to the song swelling over the earthJ. W. L. (Author)English4
Once more hear the sweet invitationJ. W. L. (Author)English2
Sing, with all the sons of gloryJ. W. Lerman (Author (Refrain))English1
The bells are sweetly chimingJ. W. L. (Author)3
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