Aldine S. Kieffer

Aldine S. Kieffer
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Short Name: Aldine S. Kieffer
Full Name: Kieffer, Aldine S., 1840-1904
Birth Year: 1840
Death Year: 1904

Full name Aldine Silliman Kiefer

Wikipedia Biography

Aldine Silliman Kieffer (August 1, 1840 – November 30, 1904) was a leading 19th century proponent of shape note musical notation, music teacher and publisher. Kieffer was born near Miami, Saline County, Missouri. He died in Dayton, Virginia, and is buried there. Kieffer taught singing schools and used his songbooks in the schools. One of Kieffer's most popular song books was The Temple Star, published at Singer's Glen in 1877. One of his most popular songs was his poem Twilight is Stealing, set to music by B. C. Unseld in 1877 and published in the Temple Star.

Texts by Aldine S. Kieffer (79)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A band of happy children, TheAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
A little child who loves to prayAldine S. Kieffer (Author)3
A widow sat watching her fair-haired boy Aldine S. Kieffer (Author)3
Art thou with life's burden wearyAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
Beyond the dark valley and shadow and deathA. S. K. (Author)7
Bless the Lord, O my soul, I am going homeAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
Come to the Father's houseAldine S. Kieffer, 1840-1904 (Author)English22
Day star of Isr'l, bless us, we prayAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
Dust to dust with ashes layA. S. K. (Author)6
Earthly cares will soon be endedAldine S. Kieffer (Author)12
Far beyond life's gloomy portalAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
Gentle spring is here againAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
Go forth in the highway, and bid to my banquetAldine S. Kieffer (Author)6
Golden city brightA. S. Kieffer (Author)1
Happy Christmas bells are ringingA. S. K. (Author)5
Hear me, Savior, while I prayAldine S. Kieffer (Author)9
Holy, happy angels, guard the Christian's wayA. S. Kieffer (Author)6
Home of the blest, sweet visions of loveAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
How fair must be that the heavenly homeAldine S. Kieffer (Author)3
How sweet will be the welcome homeAldine S. Kieffer (Author)1
How we love these hours of singingAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
I am bound for that place of bright glory aboveAldine S. Kieffer (Author)4
I have a home above the starry skiesAldine S. Kieffer (Author)4
I have had sweet dreams of a better landAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
I long for that sweet restAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
I love the blessed Saviour, Who guards me day by dayA. S. K. (Author)3
I love to think of that happy landA. S. Kieffer (Adapter)4
I'll sing, I'll sing, to my Savior's praiseAldine S. Kieffer (Author)6
I'll sing to my Savior's praiseAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
I'm a lonely pilgrim here, vexed with many a doubt and fearAldine S. Kieffer (Author)8
In that dread and awful dayAldine S. Kieffer (Author)3
In the city of GodAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
In the resurrection morning You will see the Savior comingA. V. Kiefer (Author)English10
Is thy pathway dark and drearyAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
Is thy young heart, O happy childAldine S. Kieffer (Author)5
Jesus sat by the wellAldine S. Kieffer (Author)13
Keep working, 'tis wiser than sitting asideAldine S. Kieffer (Author)1
Lonely in the desertAldine S. Kieffer (Author)4
Nearer, yet nearer, my God, to theeAldine S. Kieffer (Author)4
Now the Sabbath morning dawnsA. S. Kieffer (Author)1
O Father, come kiss me once moreAldine S. Kieffer (Author)4
O that land of delightAldine S. Kieffer (Author)3
O the night of time soon shall pass awayA. S. Kieffer (Author)18
Oft in the midnight's stilly hourAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
O when shall I dwell in my father's bright homeA. S. K. (Author)8
On the resurrection morning, we will see our Savior comingA. S. Kieffer (Author)English2
Pilgrims in this land of sorrowA. S. K. (Author)4
Ready when the dawning comesAldine S. Kieffer (Author)4
Rejoice, O young man, in the glory of youthAldine S. Kieffer (Author)4
Safely we'll dwell in yon blest landAldine S. Kieffer (Author)3
Savior, tender Shepherd, hear me (Kieffer)Aldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
See Sodom wrapped in fire, And hear the fearful shrieksAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
Seek a refuge now, ere the day is goneAldine S. Kieffer (Author)3
Should the death angel knock at thy chamberAldine S. Kieffer (Author)59
Shout for gladness, sons of ZionAldine S. Kieffer (Author)12
Sollte der Tod dich schnell übereilenAldine S. Kieffer (Author)German1
Tarry with me, SaviorAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
Tenderly lay her to restA. S. K. (Author)15
The Lord, my Refuge isAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
The world looks very prettyAldine S. Kieffer (Author)1
There are mansions of love In that land far aboveAldine S. Kieffer (Author)10
There is a land above, a clime of peaceful restAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
There is a land on whose fair shoreA. S. Kieffer (Author)3
There's a beautiful land of lightA. S. K. (Adapter)3
There's a beautiful land beyond death's rolling riverAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
There's a city of light, mid the stars we are toldA. S. K. (Author)English30
There's a city whose builder and maker is GodAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
There's a land of light and love far awayAldine S. Kieffer (Author)6
There's a little grave on the green hillsideA. S. Kieffer (Author)6
To the woods, to the woods, to the woods we will goAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
Twilight is stealing over the seaAldine S. Kieffer (Author)English57
We shall gather home at lastAldine S. Kieffer (Author)3
We speak of the realms of the blestAldine S. Kieffer (Author)English1
We're a band of little pilgrim strangersAldine (Author)1
We're a little pilgrim band, Trav'ling onA. S. Kieffer (Author)1
When Christ shall come to earth againAldine S. Kieffer (Author)4
When life's day is overAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2
While the sweet Sabbath morning is gilding the hillsAldine S. Kieffer (Author)3
Whom have I in heaven but thee, Blessed Savior, mighty friendAldine S. Kieffer (Author)2

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