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John Weisrock

Person Name: John Weisrock, 20th c. Arranger of "[I, the Lord of sea and sky]" in Worship and Rejoice

B. Weiss

Author of "Wie sanft seh'n wir den Frommen" in Erbauliche Lieder-Sammlung zum Gottesdienstlichen Gebrauch in der vereingten evangelisch lutherischen Gemeinen in N. America ... l.Aufl.

C. A. Weiss

1857 - 1935 Person Name: C. A. W. Arranger of "Auf des Glaubens Bahn" in Unser Kirchenchor

Ewald Weiss

1906 - 1998 Person Name: Ewald Weiss, 1906-98 Arranger of "WEIL ICH JESU SCHÄFLEIN BIN" in Lutheran Service Book b. Nov. 9, 1906, Wladyslawowka [Volhynia], d. May 16, 1998, Nuremberg; organist, composer, church musician

John Weiss

1818 - 1879 Author of "A memory of vanished dreams" Weiss, Rev. John. (Boston, Massachusetts, June 28, 1828 [sic]--March 9, 1879, Boston). He graduated from Harvard College in 1837, and from the Harvard Divinity School in 1843. He was ordained minister of the First Church, (Unitarian), Watertown, Mass., in 1843; was minister of the First Church, New Bedford, Mass., 1847-1858; and served the church at Watertown again 1862-1869. He was a leader in the anti-slavery movement and a prolific author of books and essays. For Visitation Day at the Divinity School, 1843, he wrote a hymn beginning "A wondrous star our pioneer," which was included in the Book of Hymns, 1846, compiled by S. Longfellow and S. Johnson, and in their later book, Hymns of the Spirit, 1864. The Book of Hymns also included in a hymn "For a Summer Festival" beginning "Beneath thy trees we meet today," which is in the Universalist Church Harmonies, 1895. His hymn "The world throws wide its brazen gates" was included in Hedge and Huntington's Hymns for the Church of Christ, 1853. Three other hymns by him, which have not found their way into any hymn books, are printed in Putnam's Singers and Songs. Singers and Songs of the Liberal Faith, 1875, gives his birth date as June 28, 1818. --Henry Wilder Foote, DNAH Archives

Joseph I. Weiss

Author of "We Sing Our Praise to God" in Union Songster

Louis Max Weiss

Composer of "[Bei dir, Jesu, will ich bleiben]" in Perlen und Blüthen

O. E. Weiss

Person Name: O. E. Weise Author of "In the hands of Jesus I will trust my soul"

Olga J. Weiss

Author of "I've given my life to thee, dear Lord"

W. Weiss

Person Name: W. Weiss. Composer of "CHRIST, THOU ART THE LIGHT OF DAY" in Christian Hymns

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