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Greg Worzel

Author of "Who Shall Separate Us?" in Scripture Song Database

Maurice L. Wostenholm

1887 - 1959 Person Name: M. L. Wostenholm, 1887 - 1959 Composer of "REVERENCE (WOSTENHOLM)" in The Book of Praise

Arthur Wellesley Wotherspoon

1853 - 1936 Person Name: Arthur Wellesley Wotherspoon, 1853-1936 Translator of "Jesus, all my gladness" in The Hymnal 1982

Sir Henry Wotton

1568 - 1639 Author of "Eternal Mover, whose diffused glory" Wotton, Sir Henry, M.A., born in Kent in 1568, and educated at New and at Queen's Colleges, Oxford. After spending nine years on the Continent, on his return he became secretary to Robert, Earl of Essex, with whom he continued until Essex was committed for high treason, when he retired to Florence. There he became known to the Grand Duke of Tuscany, and was sent by him, in the name of "Octavio Baldi," with letters to James VI., King of Scotland, in which the king was informed of a design against his life. On succeeding to the English throne James knighted Wotton and sent him as ambassador to the Republic of Venice. In 1623 he was made Provost of Eton (having previously taken Deacon's Orders). He died in 1639. His works include The Elements of Architecture, Parallel between the Earl of Essex and the Duke of Buckingham, Essay on Education, &c. His poems and other matters found in his manuscripts were published posthumously by Izaak Walton in 1651, as Reliquiae Wottonianae. This has been several times reprinted --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

William H. Woulds

1874 - 1940 Author of "Touch me again, touch me again"

N. A. Woychuk

Compiled by of "" in Making Melody As of 1969, Executive Director, Bible Memory Association.

Kay Pitt Woysch

Author of "Until"

W. Wrangham

Author of "To God our voices let us raise" Wrangham, W., p. 930. ii., 223. From his New Metrical Version of the Psalms, 1829, the following are in common use in America:— (1) "Eternal God, celestial King," Psalms Ivii; (2) "Praise the Lord, His power confess," Psalms cl.; (3) “To Thee, my righteous King and Lord," Psalms ciii. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)

Paul Wranitzky

1756 - 1808 Person Name: Wranisky Composer of "ANFIELD" in Carmina Sacra

A. H. Wratislaw

Author of "Love hath descended from His Throne on high" in The Churchman's Treasury of Song

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