|Short Name:||W. G. Tarrant|
|Full Name:||Tarrant, W. G. (William George), 1853-1928|
Tarrant, William George, B.A., b. 1853. Since 1883 Minister of the Wandsworth Unitarian Christian Church. Editor of The Inquirer, 1888-97. One of the editors of the Essex Hall Hymnal. 1890, and of the Revised ed., 1902.
1. Come, let us Join with faithful souls. The Faithful.
2. Draw nigh to God; He will draw nigh to you. The Divine Helper.
3. Long ago the lilies faded. The Constant Presence.
4. The Light along the ages. Easter.
5. With happy voices ringing. Children's Praise.
--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)
|Texts by W. G. Tarrant (16)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|Come, let us join with faithful souls||William George Tarrant (Author)||English||52|
|Draw nigh to God, he will draw nigh to you||William George Tarrant (Author)||4|
|Gerllaw y ffynnon greigiog (Beside a rocky fountain)||W. G. T. (Author)||English, Welsh||4|
|Go work in my vineyard, my garden and field||W. G. Tarrant (Author)||3|
|Grateful hearts and songs of praise||William George Tarrant (Author)||3|
|I saw the city of the Lord||William George Tarrant (Author)||6|
|Lend a hand, lend a hand, for your home and fatherland||William George Tarrant (Author)||3|
|Long ago the lilies faded||Wm. G. Tarrant, 1853- (Author)||23|
|Marching with the heroes||William George Tarrant (Author)||62|
|My Master was a worker||William George Tarrant (Author)||English||50|
|Night and day the grasses grow||William George Tarrant (Author)||3|
|Now praise we great and famous men||William George Tarrant (Author)||30|
|The fathers built this city||William Tarrant (Author)||37|
|The light along the ages||William George Tarrant (Author)||16|
|Welcome, morning, bright and blue||William G. Tarrant, 1853-1928 (Author)||6|
|With happy voices singing||William G. Tarrant (Author)||English||81|