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Lee Hastings Bristol
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Short Name: Lee Hastings Bristol
Full Name: Bristol, Lee Hastings Jr., 1923-1979
Birth Year: 1923
Death Year: 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

Lyrics:
"Let Us Now De­part in Thy Peace"

Music:
SEDGWICK

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Tunes by Lee Hastings Bristol (11)sort descendingAsInstancesIncipit
A LA PUERTALee Hastings Bristol, Jr. (Adapter)451123 42544 32
BAYHEADLee Hastings Bristol, Jr. (b. 1923) (Composer)2
DICKINSON COLLEGELee Hastings Bristol, Jr. (Composer)1534543 12356 71766
MARYWELLSLee H. Bristol, Jr. (Composer)211756 73345
NEIGHBOUR (Carter)Lee Hastings Bristol, Jr. (b. 1923) (Harmonizer)155112 32135 57532
OLD TWENTY-THIRDLee Hastings Bristol, Jr. (b. 1923) (Harmonizer)1
OLDEN LANELee Hastings Bristol, Jr. (b. 1923) (Composer)2
PLATTENLee Hastings Bristol, Jr., 1923- (Composer)235432 15611 71
ROCKY HILLLee Hastings Bristol, Jr. (b. 1923) (Composer)2
SEDGWICKLee Hastings Bristol, Jr. (Composer)453334 51765 67122
SOMERSET HILLSLee Hastings Bristol, Jr. (b. 1923) (Composer)2
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