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Here I Am, Lord

Author: Daniel L. Schutte Meter: 7.7.7.4 D with refrain Appears in 61 hymnals Hymnal Title: Calvin Hymnary Project First Line: I, the Lord of sea and sky

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HERE I AM, LORD

Composer: Dan Schutte; Carlton R. Young Meter: 7.7.7.4 D with refrain Appears in 61 hymnals Hymnal Title: The United Methodist Hymnal Tune Key: G Major Incipit: 17154 55171 65123 Used With Text: Here I Am, Lord

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Here I Am, Lord

Author: Dan Schutte, b. 1947 Hymnal: African American Heritage Hymnal #567 (2001) Hymnal Title: African American Heritage Hymnal First Line: I the Lord of sea and sky Refrain First Line: Here I am Lord Topics: Contentment; God's Hand in Nature; God His Faithfulness; Inner Peace; Testimony, Witness and Evangelism Scripture: Isaiah 6:8 Languages: English Tune Title: [I, the Lord of sea and sky]

Here I am, Lord. Is it I, Lord?

Author: Daniel L. Schutte (b. 1947) Hymnal: Ancient and Modern #494 (2013) Hymnal Title: Ancient and Modern First Line: I, the Lord of sea and sky Topics: Children and All-Age Worship; Discipleship; God Love of; Light; Love for Others; Other Saints and Festivals Matthias the Apostle; Other Saints and Festivals James the Apostle; Sharing and Caring; The Church's Ministry and Mission; Vocation Scripture: Isaiah 6:1-8 Languages: English Tune Title: HERE I AM, LORD

Here I am, Lord

Author: Dan Schutte Hymnal: Anglican Hymns Old and New (Rev. and Enl.) #337 (2008) Hymnal Title: Anglican Hymns Old and New (Rev. and Enl.) First Line: I, the Lord of sea and sky Languages: English Tune Title: HERE I AM LORD

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Mark Edwards

Hymnal Title: Celebrating Grace Hymnal Arranger of "HERE I AM, LORD" in Celebrating Grace Hymnal

James Snyder

Hymnal Title: Chalice Hymnal Harmonizer of "HERE I AM, LORD" in Chalice Hymnal

Alfred V. Fedak

b. 1953 Hymnal Title: Glory to God Harmonizer of "HERE I AM (Schutte)" in Glory to God Alfred Fedak (b. 1953), is a well-known organist, composer, and Minister of Music at Westminster Presbyterian Church on Capitol Hill in Albany, New York. He graduated from Hope College in 1975 with degrees in organ performance and music history. He obtained a Master’s degree in organ performance from Montclair State University, and has also studied at Westminster Choir College, Eastman School of Music, the Institute for European Studies in Vienna, and at the first Cambridge Choral Studies Seminar at Clare College, Cambridge. As a composer, he has over 200 choral and organ works in print, and has three published anthologies of his work (Selah Publishing). In 1995, he was named a Visiting Fellow in Church Music at Episcopal Seminary of the Soutwest in Austin, Texas. He is also a Fellow of the American Guild of Organists, and was awarded the AGO’s prestigious S. Lewis Elmer Award. Fedak is a Life Member of the Hymn Society, and writes for The American Organist, The Hymn, Reformed Worship, and Music and Worship. He was a member of the Presbyterian Committee on Congregational Song that prepared Glory to God, the 2013 hymnal of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Laura de Jong



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