|Short Name:||A. Brooks Everett|
|Full Name:||Everett, A. Brooks (Asa Brooks), 1828-1875|
Asa B. Everett (1828-1875)
Born: 1828, Virginia.
Died: September 1875, near Nashville, Tennessee.
Everett originally planned to be a doctor, but went into music instead. He studied in Boston, Massachusetts, and Leipzig, Germany. He wrote many Gospel songs, and edited The Sceptre (New York: Biglow & Main, 1871). His brothers were also composers, Benjamin Holden Everett and Leonard C. Everett.
His compositions include:
Beyond This Land of Parting
Footprints of Jesus
Hark, the Gentle Voice
Loved One, Farewell
There’s a Fountain Free
Who at My Door is Standing?
|Texts by A. Brooks Everett (2)||As||Instances|
|Come sinner, come why longer roam||A. Brooks Everett (Author)||2|
|Gloomy night is past||A. Brooks Everett (Author)||2|