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Wonders Till the World Shall Witness

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Author: Jacob Trapp

Trapp, Rev. Jacob, S.T.D. (Muskegon, Michigan, April 12, 1899-- ). He was educated at Valparaiso University and The Pacific Unitarian School for the Ministry (later called The Starr King School for the Ministry). He was ordained in 1929 and served Unitarian churches in Salt Lake City, Utah; Denver, Colorado; and Summit, New Jersey. In 1932 he wrote a hymn beginning "Wonders still the world shall witness," which is included, with some revisions, in Hymns of the Spirit, 1937. --Henry Wilder Foote, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Wonders still the world shall witness
Title: Wonders Till the World Shall Witness
Author: Jacob Trapp
Meter: 8.7.8.7 D
Language: English
Copyright: © The Beacon Press Inc.

Tune

IN BABILONE

IN BABILONE is a traditional Dutch melody that appeared in Oude en Nieuwe Hollantse Boerenlities en Contradansen (Old and New Dutch Peasant Songs and Country Dances), c. 1710. Ralph Vaughan Williams (PHH 316) discovered this tune as arranged by Julius Rontgen (b. Leipzig, Germany, 1855; d. Utrecht,…

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Singing the Living Tradition #139

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