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Joseph Herl

Person Name: Joseph Herl, b. 1959 Arranger of "CHRISTE SANCTORUM" in Lutheran Service Book HERL, JOSEPH, AAGO, ChM (b. 1959): B.A. (Music), Concordia College, New York; M.Mus. (Organ), North Texas State University; Ph.D. (Musicology), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Professor of Music at Concordia University, Seward, Nebraska and organist of Redeemer Lutheran Church, Lincoln, Nebraska. Author of Worship Wars in Early Lutheranism (Oxford University Press, 2004); choral and organ music published by Oxford, Concordia, and MorningStar. Joseph Herl (from In Melody and Song, Darcey Press, 2014

Philip Pusey

1799 - 1885 Translator of "Lord of Our Life and God of Our Salvation" in The Christian Hymnary. Bks. 1-4 Pusey, Philip, eldest son of Mr. Philip Pusey, and brother of Dr. Pusey, was born June 25, 1799, and died July 9, 1855. His father, a son of the first Viscount Folkestone, had assumed the name of Pusey instead of that of Bouverie. [George Arthur Crawford, M.A.] --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

David Iliff

Person Name: David Iliff (b. 1939) Arranger of "CHRISTE SANCTORUM" in Ancient and Modern

Gregory the Great

Person Name: St. Gregory the Great Author (Ascribed to) of "Father, we praise thee, now the night is over" in The English Hymnal See Gregory I, Pope, ca. 540-604

John Wilson

1905 - 1992 Person Name: J. W. Arranger (Optional Descant Version for Verse 4) of "CHRISTE SANCTORUM" in Hymns for Celebration

John E. Bowers

1923 - 2019 Person Name: John E. Bowers (1923-) Author of "We, the Lord's People" in Common Praise (1998)

Ronald A. Klug

b. 1939 Author of "Rise, Shine, You People" in The United Methodist Hymnal Ronald Allan Klug, 1939- Born: June 26, 1939, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Klug was educated at Dr. Martin Luther College, New Ulm, Minnesota (BS 1962). He taught at St. Matthew Lutheran School, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin (1962-65); performed graduate work at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (1965-68); was an advertising copyrighter at Concordia Publishing House, St. Louis, Missouri (1968-69); was an editor at Augsburg Publishing House (1970-76); and taught English at the American School, Fort Dauphin, Madagascar. His works include: The Strange Young Man in the Desert, 1970 Lord, I’ve Been Thinking, 1978 --www.hymntime.com/tch

Harold Francis Yardley

1911 - 1990 Person Name: Francis Yardley Author (B) of "[Christ is the world's light, Christ and no other]" in The United Methodist Hymnal Music Supplement Yardley, Harold Francis. (Salford, England, March 11, 1911- ). United Church. Studied at Victoria University (British Columbia), after some experience as a lay-pastor, preferring ordination to a degree. Pastorates at Gainsborough, Saskatchewan, 1943-1945; in Ontario, Gananoque, 1945-1947, Courtice, 1947-1950, Embro, 1950-1954, Brantford, 1954-1960, Sarnia, 1960-1970; Claresholm, Alberta, 1970-1973, after which he retired to Calgary. Just before he retired, The Hymn Book (1971) and The Book of Praise (1972) included a sample apiece of his work. --Hugh D. McKellar, DNAH Archives

Clarence Bicknell

1842 - 1918 Translator of "Estro de l' vivo, ĉiopova Dio" in TTT-Himnaro Cigneta Clarence Bicknell (27 October 1842-17 July 1918) was a British amateur botanist, painter and archaeologist, with a doctorate in mathematics, and an Anglican priest (in Italy, from 1877 until he left the Church, date unknown). He was born in Herne Hill, England, on October 27, 1842, and died in Tenda (then in Italy, but since 1947 in France) on July 17, 1918. Arriving in Italy in 1877 to work as an Anglican vicar, he built a museum ("Museo Biblioteca Clarence Bicknell") in Bordighera to house his botanical and archaeological collections. He became noted for his identification of the plants and petroglyphs of the Ligurian Riviera. His writings included Flowering Plants of the Riviera and Neighboring Mountains (1885) and Guide to the Prehistoric Rock Engravings of the Italian Maritime Alps (1913). In addition to his own museum, his collections were archived at the University of Genoa. A Volapükist, he left that language for Esperanto in 1897. He attended the first international Esperanto convention, at Boulogne-sur-mer, France, in 1905. He produced a number of hymns that are still in use (seven translations and one original in Adoru Kantante (1971), and nine texts in Adoru (2001). He was active in work on behalf of the blind, and transcribed many Esperanto books into braille. In addition to his hymnic work, he wrote many original poems in, and translated secular poetry into, Esperanto, including Macaulay's "Horacio", 1906; Tennyson's "Gvinevero", 1907; pieces by Sturgis; Giacosa's "Ŝakludo", 1915. He also provided monetary support to many Esperanto activities, and founded and led until his death the local Esperanto club in Bordighera. Regrettably, the date, reason, and nature of his "leaving the church" is not explained in the sources consulted (mainly the English, Italian, and Esperanto Wikipedias and the author indexes of the Esperanto hymnals). See also http://www.clarencebicknell.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=16&Itemid=157&lang=en at clarencebicknell.com, the website of the Clarence Bicknell Association. Leland Bryant Ross

Derek Holman

b. 1931 Person Name: Derek Holman 1931- Harmonizer of "CHRISTE SANCTORUM" in The Hymn Book of the Anglican Church of Canada and the United Church of Canada

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