Asa Hull

Asa Hull
Short Name: Asa Hull
Full Name: Hull, Asa, 1828-
Birth Year: 1828

Born: January 18, 1828, Keene, New York.

As of 1895, Hull was a music publisher in New York City; his company was still operating as of 1910. His works include:
Pilgrim’s Harp
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Vestry Chimes; a Choice Collection of Sacred Music, Adapted to All Occasions of Social and Family Worship (Boston, Massachusetts: Degen, Estes, and Priest, circa 1864)
Sparkling Rubies, with Harry Sanders (Boston, Massachusetts: Oliver Ditson, 1871)
Grove Songs No. 2 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Asa Hull, 1873)
Garlands of Praise (New York: Daniel Knowles, 1874)
The Golden Sheaf of Sunday-School Music, with Robert G. Staples (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Asa Hull, 1874)
Temperance Glee (Oliver Ditson & Company, 1877)
Wreath of Praise (New York: Daniel K. Knowles, 1879)
Gospel Praise Book (New York: D. W. Knowles, 1879)
The Gem of Gems, A Choice Collection of Sacred Songs, Original and Selected (New York: Daniel W. Knowles, circa 1881)
Jewels of Praise (New York: Daniel W. Knowles, 1884)
Happy Greetings (New York: Asa Hull, 1888)
The Jeweled Crown (New York: Asa Hull, 1891)
Many Little Voices (New York: The Asa Hull Company, 1895)

Texts by Asa Hull (42)sort descendingAsInstances
A gentle breeze from Eden's landAsa Hull (Author)6
A rosebud blossomed in my bowerAsa Hull (Author)2
Alas, and did my Savior bleedAsa Hull (Author (Chorus))3
Behold the changing autumn leavesAsa Hull (Author)10
Beyond life's raging feverAsa Hull (Author)1
Blessed Bible, book divineAsa Hull (Author)4
Dear Savior, how often my heart has been sadAsa Hull (Author)4
Down in the garden of GethsemaneAsa Hull (Author)2
From thy royal chambers forthAsa Hull (Author)1
Good night to all, we soon must partAsa Hull (Author)2
I fear not the gloom of midnightAsa Hull (Author)7
I think of the fields so farAsa Hull (Author)2
In the battle of life there is work to doAsa Hull (Author)2
Jesus, thou art the sinner's friendAsa Hull (Author (Chorus))1
Let down from heaven aboveAsa Hull (Author)3
Lo the fields are white unto the harvest nowAsa Hull (Author (chorus))1
Make the lowly moundAsa Hull (Author)1
Many are the sorrows, many are the tearsAsa Hull (Author)1
My soul, with rapture waits for TheeAsa Hull (Arranger)4
O have you not heard of a beautiful streamAsa Hull (Author)1
On brothers on to meet the foeAsa Hull (Arranged)1
Over the billows, over the seaAsa Hull (Adapter)9
Pilgrims on the burning sandAsa Hull (Author)5
Praise the Lord, praise the Lord, praise the Lord! Praise the Lord in the beauty of holinessAsa Hull (Author)4
Stand up for Jesus, Christian standAsa Hull (Author)4
Star of the east, O beautiful starAsa Hull (Author)3
Summer time has come againAsa Hull (Author)2
Tell me the story of Jesus, Tell me the wonders of his loveAsa Hull (Author)2
The cross, the cross, the bloodstained crossA. H. (Arranger)2
The great Physician now is hereAsa Hull (Arranger)1
There is a straight and narrow pathAsa Hull (Author)5
There is life for a look at the Crucified OneAsa M. Hull (Author)1
There's an open fount in ZionAsa Hull (Author)5
'Tis but the social, friendly glassAsa Hull (Author)1
'Twas Jesus, my Savior, who died on the tree Asa Hull (Author)1
Unto the God of the seasonsAsa Hull (Author)2
Walk in the light the Lord hath givenAsa Hull (Author)38
We are waiting by the river, We are watching on the shoreAsa Hull (Author)19
We are Zion's cadetsAsa Hull (Author)1
Welcome, welcome, welcomeAsa Hull (Author)1
Whence came the armies of the skyAsa Hull (Author)2
Ye soldiers of the cross, in the army of the LordAsa Hull (Author)5
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