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J. W. Bischoff

J. W. Bischoff
Short Name: J. W. Bischoff
Full Name: Bischoff, J. W. (John W.) 1850-1909
Birth Year: 1850
Death Year: 1909

John W. Bischoff was born on November 1850 in Chicago and died in 1909 in Washington, DC. Blind from age two, Bischoff went on to become a noted organist, compiler of musical collections, and composer.
His works include:
Crystal Songs, with Otis F. Presbrey (Toledo, Ohio: W. W. Whitney, 1877).
Gospel Bells, with Jeremiah Rankin & Otis F. Presbrey (Chicago, Illinois: The Western Sunday School Publishing Company, 1880)

NN, Hymnary. Source: http://www.hymntime.com/tch/bio/b/i/s/bischoff_jw.htm

Wikipedia Biography

John W. Bischoff (27 November 1850 in Chicago – 1909 in Washington, DC) was a blind musician and composer. Blind from age two, Bischoff went on to become a noted organist, compiler of musical collections, and composer. His compilations included a significant number of his own works, and include Gospel Bells (1883), God Be With You (1880) and Not Half Has Been Told (1877). He was the principal organist at the first Congregational Church in Washington from 1874 till his death in 1909.

Tunes by J. W. Bischoff (13)sort descendingAsInstances
[Beautiful the little hands]W. Johns (Composer)7
[Come near me, O my Savior]John W. Bischoff, 1850-1909 (Composer)6
[Come, trembling soul, be not afraid]John W. Bischoff (Composer)2
COMPANHEIROJohn W. Bischoff (Composer)2
[Crystal songs, pure and bright]John W. Bischoff (Composer)2
FATHER, BLESSJ. W. Bischofff (Composer)2
[Father, bless our school today]J. W. Bischofff (Composer)5
[I sat alone with life’s memories]J. W. Bischoff (Composer)6
[In the darkest hour]J. W. Bischoff (Composer)4
[Never forget that the Savior is near]John W. Bischoff (Composer)2
[O prodigal, don't stay away] (Bischoff)J. W. Bischoff (Composer)6
[The Lord is my light; then why should I fear?]Dr. J. W. Bischoff (Composer)6
[There's a glorious invitation]J. W. Bischoff (Composer)2

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