[A little talk with Jesus] (Fischer)

[A little talk with Jesus] (Fischer)

Composer: William G. Fischer
Published in 25 hymnals


Audio files: MIDI

Composer: William G. Fischer

In his youth, William G. Fischer (b. Baltimore, MD, 1835; d. Philadelphia, PA, 1912) developed an interest in music while attending singing schools. His career included working in the book bindery of J. B. Lippencott Publishing Company, teaching music at Girard College, and co-owning a piano business and music store‚Äďall in Philadelphia. Fischer eventually became a popular director of music at revival meetings and choral festivals. In 1876 he conducted a thousand-voice choir at the Dwight L. Moody/Ira D. Sankey revival meeting in Philadelphia. Fischer composed some two hundred tunes for Sunday school hymns and gospel songs. Bert Polman Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [A little talk with Jesus] (Fischer)
Composer: William G. Fischer
Incipit: 12334 33223 46543
Key: E Major
Copyright: Public Domain

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 25 of 25)
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Christian Hymnal (Rev. ed.) #366

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Church and Sunday School Hymnal with Supplement #198

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Give Thanks and Sing #75

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Glad Hallelujahs #11

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Good-Will Songs #167

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Gospel Hymn Selections for Male Voices #34

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Gospel Hymns No. 6 #83

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Gospel Hymns Nos. 1 to 6 #496

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Gospel Trio of Sacred Song #25

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Hymn-Songs #169

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International Song Service #117

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International Song Service #19a

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Junior Songs #31

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Living Hymns #68

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Male Chorus No. 2 #81

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Melodious Sonnets #68

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Precious Hymns No. 2 #49

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Rose of Sharon Hymns #722

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Temple Songs #131

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Temple Themes and Sacred Songs #s131

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Temple Trio #250

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The Best Gospel Songs and their composers #33

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The Emory Hymnal #6

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The Revival Wave #6

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Unfading Treasures #164

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