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Wake, all ye soaring tribes and sing

Wake, all ye soaring tribes and sing

Author: H. K. Oliver
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: H. K. Oliver

Henry Kemble Oliver (b. Beverly, MA, 1800; d. Salem, MA, 1885) was educated at Harvard and Dartmouth. He taught in the public schools of Salem (1818-1842) and was superintendent of the Atlantic Cotton Mills in Lawrence, Massachusetts (1848-1858). His civic service included being mayor of Lawrence (1859­1861) and Salem (1877-1880), state treasurer (1861-1865), and organizer of the Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics and Labor (1867-1873). Oliver was organist at several churches, including Park Street Congregational Church in Boston, North Church in Salem, and the Unitarian Church in Lawrence. A founder of the Mozart Association and several choral societies in Salem, he published his hymn tunes in Hymn and Psalm Tunes (1860) and Original Hymn… Go to person page >

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First Line: Wake, all ye soaring tribes and sing
Author: H. K. Oliver
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Choral #d239

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