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George F. LeJeune

1841 - 1904 Person Name: George F. C. Le Jeune, 1841-1904 Composer of "LOVE DIVINE" in The Hymnal George Fitz-Curwood Le Jeune, 1841-1904 Born: June 18, 1841, London, England. Died: April 11, 1904, Staten Island, New York. Buried: Moravian Cemetery, Staten Island, New York. Le Jeune studied music under Joseph Barnby and George Macfarren in London. In 1863, he moved to Montréal, Canada, where he continued his studies with George Carter. He later moved to America, playing the organ in churches in Hartford, Connecticut, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He became the organist at St. John’s Chapel of Trinity Parish, New York City, in 1876, and also directed the choir there. Sources: Hughes, p. 471

John E. Roe

1838 - 1871 Person Name: J. E. Roe Composer of "WESTON" in The Church Hymnal

David Allen

b. 1941 Arranger (choral ending) of "BEECHER" in The Hymnal for Worship and Celebration Pseudonym. See also Fettke, Tom

Friedrich von Flotow

1812 - 1883 Person Name: Flotow Composer of "FLOTOW" in The Y.M.C.A. Praise Book Friedrich Adolf Ferdinand, Freiherr von Flotow

Louis von Esch

1880 - 1980 Composer of "AUTUMN" in Services for Congregational Worship. The New Hymn and Tune Book

Bill Wolaver

b. 1958 Arranger (last stanza setting and choral ending) of "BEECHER" in The Celebration Hymnal Wolaver, Bill Robert; b. 2-3-1958, Oklahoma City, OK; piano, composer editor LOC Name Authority File

Friedrich Heinrich Himmel

1765 - 1814 Person Name: F. H. Himmel Composer of "[Love divine, all love excelling]" in The Church and Home Hymnal Born: November 20, 1765, Treuenbrietzen, Germany. Died: June 8, 1814, Berlin, Germany. Himmel studied theology at the University of Halle, but Friedrich Wilhelm II, impressed with his musical ability, sponsored his studies in Dresden under Johann Gottlieb Naumann. He was appointed chamber composer in 1792, and Kapellmeister in 1795. During his career, he toured Italy, Russia, Scandinavia, and central Europe, performing his operas. His works include: Vasco da Gama (Berlin: 1801) Frohsinn und Schwärmerey (Berlin: 1801 ) Fanchon das Leyermädchen (Berlin: 1804)

Russell Mauldin

Arranger (last stanza setting) of "BEECHER" in Baptist Hymnal 2008

John Jones

1796 - 1857 Person Name: Parch John Jones, Talsarn Composer of "TANYCASTELL" in Cân a Mawl See also in: Wikipedia Also known as John Jones, Talysarn

Alain Rocourt

Person Name: A. R. Translator of "Love divine, all loves excelling (Amou Bon Dié ki san parèy)" in An Nou Chanté! Rev. Alain Rocourt, as cited in An Nou Chanté.


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