|Short Name:||Lee Hastings Bristol|
|Full Name:||Bristol, Lee Hastings Jr., 1923-1979|
Born: 1923, Brooklyn, New York.
Died: 1979, Syracuse, New York.
Bristol was educated at Hamilton College, Clinton, New York (BA); Trinity College of Music, London (organ studies); and the Institute for International Studies, Geneva, Switzerland (graduate studies). He worked in New York for the Bristol-Meyers Company (the family business) in advertising and public relations, 1948-62. From 1962-69, he served as president of Westminster Choir College, Princeton, New Jersey. In 1972, the Hymn Society in the United States and Canada made him a fellow of the society. His works include:
The Lamb and Other Carols, 1951
Songs for Liturgy, editor
More Hymns and Spiritual Songs, editor, 1972
Hymns for Children and Grown-Ups
"Let Us Now Depart in Thy Peace"
|Tunes by Lee Hastings Bristol (11)||As||Instances||Incipit|
|A LA PUERTA||Lee Hastings Bristol, Jr. (Adapter)||4||51123 42544 32|
|BAYHEAD||Lee Hastings Bristol, Jr. (b. 1923) (Composer)||2|
|DICKINSON COLLEGE||Lee Hastings Bristol, Jr. (Composer)||15||34543 12356 71766|
|MARYWELLS||Lee H. Bristol, Jr. (Composer)||2||11756 73345|
|NEIGHBOUR (Carter)||Lee Hastings Bristol, Jr. (b. 1923) (Harmonizer)||1||55112 32135 57532|
|OLD TWENTY-THIRD||Lee Hastings Bristol, Jr. (b. 1923) (Harmonizer)||1|
|OLDEN LANE||Lee Hastings Bristol, Jr. (b. 1923) (Composer)||2|
|PLATTEN||Lee Hastings Bristol, Jr., 1923- (Composer)||2||35432 15611 71|
|ROCKY HILL||Lee Hastings Bristol, Jr. (b. 1923) (Composer)||2|
|SEDGWICK||Lee Hastings Bristol, Jr. (Composer)||4||53334 51765 67122|
|SOMERSET HILLS||Lee Hastings Bristol, Jr. (b. 1923) (Composer)||2|