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J. Lincoln Hall

J. Lincoln Hall
Short Name: J. Lincoln Hall
Full Name: Hall, J. Lincoln (Joseph Lincoln), 1866-1930
Birth Year: 1866
Death Year: 1930

Used pseudonyms Maurice A. Clifton and Arthur Wilton.
Joseph Lincoln Hall DMus USA 1866-1930. Born in Philadelphia, PA, to musical parents, he also was musical, having a good tenor voice. He was an organist and music teacher. At age 19 he led a 100 member choir for 10 years. He studied music and graduated with honors from the University of PA, later receiving a Doctor of Music degree from Harriman University, from which he was an alumnus. In 1896 he married Eva Victoria Withington, and they had four children. Three lived to adulthood, Lincoln, Ralph, and Philip. A musician, he was a great song leader and choral conductor, conducting campmeeting choirs in PA, OH, and FL, at the Gainesville Bible Conference as well. He became a gospel song composer, arranger, editor, and publisher. He wrote cantatas, oratorios, choir anthems, and hundreds of gospel songs. He also edited several hymnals. Along with Irvin Mack, he founded the Hall-Mack Publishing Company (later Rodeheaver). They published nine songbooks. He was a member of the 7th Street Methodist Episcopal Church in Philadelphia. He died in Philadelphia.

John Perry

Featured Article:
Joseph Lincoln Hall: Gospel Song Composer, Editor, Publisher by Patricia Woodard (from The Hymn)

Texts by J. Lincoln Hall (51)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A los pies de Jesucristo es el sitioJ. H. (Author)Spanish2
A los pies de Jesucristo Siempre quieroJ. H. (Author)Spanish2
Beautiful Christmas, welcome thy comingJoseph Lincoln Hall (Author)3
Behold a Stranger standing, Outside a fast-barred doorJ. L. H. (Author)English2
Christ is my portion foreverJ. L. H. (Author)21
Guide me, O my blessed SaviorJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)2
Happy children, with our Easter liliesJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)English1
Have you ever heard the storyJ. L. H. (Author)English2
Hear the Master's earnest callJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)1
I have a song within my heartJ. L. H. (Author)English2
I have heard my Savior callingJ. L. H. (Author)5
I have heard of a river that's deep and wideJ. L. H. (Author)5
I have joy and glory and my heart is lightJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)2
I need the power of PentecostJ. L. H. (Author)4
I once was lost and dyingJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)2
I'll gladly suffer for JesusJ. L. H. (Author)English2
I've been doubting, blessed SaviorJ. L. H. (Author)2
Jesus, my Savior, left heaven aboveJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)2
Listen to the master's pleadingJ. L. H. (Author)2
Lord, thou knowest all my needJ. L. H. (Author)3
Marching on, marching on to gloryJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)1
My all is on the altarJ. L. H. (Author)2
My life, O Lord, to thee I now surrenderJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)English2
O blessed Lord, to thee I'm comingJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)18
O have you heard the story Of what the states have doneJ. L. H. (Author)1
O Jesus, my Savior, how lovelyJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)2
Oft I steal out in the twilightJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)2
Once again we greet the EasterJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)1
Room for me in pasturesJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)2
Since my Savior came from heaven to save meJ. L. H. (Author)English2
Sitting at the feet of Jesus, Learning of Him day by dayJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)3
Sitting at the feet of Jesus, O what words I hear him sayJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)English70
Soldiers of the eternal KingJ. H. (Author)4
Some day I shall be like him, in that city so fairJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)4
Someday I shall be like HimJ. L. H. (Author)English2
Speak a good word for JesusJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)2
Sweetly chime the merry Christmas bellsJ. L. H. (Author)3
The cares and toils of life may comeJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)3
There is a something sweet and pureMrs. L. J. Hall (Author)1
There is rest at the crossJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)3
There's a Friend we love who is ever nearJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)2
There's a message sweet and clear, Jesus savesJ. L. H. (Author)4
Though the skies are gray all along your wayJ. L. H. (Author)English2
Though dark the path may sometimes seemJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)2
Unfurl the banner, let it waveJ. L. H. (Author)English2
We are drifting o'er to the golden shoreJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)2
We gather in Thy name, O MasterJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)English1
What are the flowers sayingJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)1
When I view the open fountainJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)2
Why stand ye here idleJ. L. H. (Author)1
Why stand ye here idleJ. Lincoln Hall (Author)2

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