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Karl A. Pölm-Faudré

Arranger of "ZIE GINDS KOMT DE STOOMBOOT" in Singing Our Faith

T. R. Bowden

Composer of "[When I hear of Jesus' love]" in Bible Study Songs

M. J. Smalley

Author of "O Galilee, Sweet Galilee!" in The Cyber Hymnal

Mrs. M. J. Groves

Composer of "[Are you of the holy remnant]" in Timeless Truths

Wolfgang Figulus

1525 - 1589 Composer of "HELFT MIR GOTT'S GÜTE" in The Cyber Hymnal Wolfgang Figulus (Composer, Thomaskantor) Born: 1520 ? or c1525 - Naumburg (Riemann says Lübben), Germany Died: c1591 or c1588 - Meissen, Germany Wolfgang Figulus) [“Figulus" (Latin) = “Töpfer” (real German family name) “potter”] was Kantor of Thomaskirche in Leipzig from 1549 to 1551, then of the Princess-school in Meissen from 1551 to 1588, when he was pensioned. His son-in-law, F. Birck, became his deputy until 1591, probably the year of his death. Wolfgang Figulus composed Precatations (1553), cantiones sacrae for 4-8 voices (1575), and published collections of songs: Amores Filii dei (4 voices), 2 books of Christmas songs, hymns with figued bass (1594 and 1605), and Elementa musica (1550; several later editions). Source: Grove’s Dictionary of Music and Musicians (1952 Edition) Contributed by Aryeh Oron (December 2005) --www.bach-cantatas.com/

Conrad Susa

b. 1935 Person Name: Conrad Susa (b. 1935) Composer of "MARIPOSA" in Wonder, Love, and Praise

Frank Wright

Composer of "GUIDING STAR" in The Hymnal for Boys and Girls

R. H. Thomas

Author of "Mine Eyes Have Seen the Dawning" in The Cyber Hymnal

J. F. Belford

Person Name: Jas. F. Belford Author of "Rejoice, Ye Saints of God!" in The Voice of Praise

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