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Albert H. Frank

b. 1944 Meter: Author of "Jesus in Gethsemane" in Moravian Book of Worship

Sara Teasdale

1884 - 1933 Meter: Author of "Life has loveliness to sell" in The Beacon Song and Service book American poet

Simeon Comenius Chitty

1831 - 1902 Person Name: Simeon Comenius Chitty, 1831-1902 Meter: Composer of "GRACEHAM" in Moravian Book of Worship

George Body

1840 - 1911 Meter: Author of "Jesu! Speak to Me in Love" in The Cyber Hymnal George Body was born about Feb­ru­a­ry 1840 in Cred­it­on, De­von­shire, Eng­land. He was educated at St. John’s Coll­ege, Cam­bridge (BA 1862, MA 1876) and served as Cur­ate in several churches and as Proctor for the Archdeaconry of Cleveland in 1880-85. He died on June 5, 1911 in Dur­ham, Eng­land. His works in­clude: A re­vi­sion of Ed­ward Hus­band’s Mis­sion Hym­nal 1875 A revision of the Dur­ham Miss­ion Hymn Book Life of Jus­ti­fi­ca­tion Life of Temp­ta­tion N.N., Hymnary. Source:

Ellen Patton

Person Name: Mrs. Ellen Patton Meter: Author of "From Cross To Crown" in The Cyber Hymnal

Elizabeth R. Barker

1829 - 1916 Person Name: E. R. Barker, 1829-1916 Meter: Composer of "PARACLETE" in The Methodist Hymn-Book with Tunes

R. Riach Thom

Meter: Composer of "LAUDES CHRISTI" in The Hymnal

H. N. Hendrickson

Person Name: Henry N. Henrickson, 1869-1953 Meter: Author of "Father, Source of Life and Light" in Ambassador Hymnal

Joseph of the Studium

762 - 832 Meter: Author of "After Three Days Thou Didst Rise" in Hymns of the Eastern Church (5th ed.) Joseph of the Studium [Joseph of Thessalonica]. This person not the same person wrongly named by Dr. Neale in his Hymns of the Eastern Church as Joseph of the Studium, author of the great Canon for the Ascension. That Joseph is St. Joseph the Hymnographer. Joseph of Thessalonica, younger brother of St. Theodore of the Studium, q.v., was some time Bishop of Thessalonica, and died in prison, after great suffering inflicted by command of Theophilus. He was probably the author of the Triodia in the Triodion, and certainly of five Canons in the Pentecostarion to which his name is prefixed. His pieces have not been translated into English. [Rev. H. Leigh Bennett, M.A.] --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)


Meter: Composer of "ROME (Stone)"


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