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A. E. Rusbridge

1917 - 1969 Meter: D Adapter of "W ZLOBIE LEZY" in Chalice Hymnal

W. G. Polack

1890 - 1950 Person Name: W. G. Polack, 1890-1950 Meter: D Translator of "O God, Our Lord, Your Holy Word" in Evangelical Lutheran Hymnary

Mary Anne Parrott

b. 1943 Meter: D Author of "Alleluia! Hear God's Story" in Chalice Hymnal

Edith M. G. Reed

1885 - 1933 Meter: D Arranger of "W ZLOBIE LEZY" in The United Methodist Hymnal

Austin C. Lovelace

1919 - 2010 Meter: D Harmonizer of "W ZLOBIE LEZY" in The United Methodist Hymnal LOVELACE, AUSTIN C., AAGO: (1919-2010) D.S.M., Union Theological Seminary, New York. Recitals, workshops, festivals, lectures in 17 different denominations in 45 states as well as in Finland, Scotland, Canada, and New Zealand. Past President, Fellow, and Life member, HSUSC. 50 year member, Hymn Society of Great Britain and Ireland. Author of five books; co-editor and consultant of denominational and other hymnals. Longtime member, ASCAP. Composer of over 800 compositions published by 20 publishers. Organist for the 2nd Assembly of the World Council of Churches, 1954. Dean of the first North Carolina Chapter, AGO. Chairman of the 1968 National Convention, AGO, in Denver. Two terms on the National Council, AGO. Co-founder, with Tom Matthews, of the North Shore Chapter, AGO. Minister of Music Emeritus. Denver Chapter, AGO. Austin C. Lovelace (from In Melody and Song, Darcey Press, 2014)


Person Name: Unknown Meter: D Author of "O God, Our Lord, Your Holy Word" in Evangelical Lutheran Hymnary In some hymnals, the editors noted that a hymn's author is unknown to them, and so this artificial "person" entry is used to reflect that fact. Obviously, the hymns attributed to "Author Unknown" "Unknown" or "Anonymous" could have been written by many people over a span of many centuries.

Brian A. Wren

b. 1936 Person Name: Brian Wren Meter: D Author of "Christ Is Risen" in The United Methodist Hymnal Brian Wren (b. Romford, Essex, England, 1936) is a major British figure in the revival of contemporary hymn writing. He studied French literature at New College and theology at Mansfield College in Oxford, England. Ordained in 1965, he was pastor of the Congregational Church (now United Reformed) in Hockley and Hawkwell, Essex, from 1965 to 1970. He worked for the British Council of Churches and several other organizations involved in fighting poverty and promoting peace and justice. This work resulted in his writing of Education for Justice (1977) and Patriotism and Peace (1983). With a ministry throughout the English-speaking world, Wren now resides in the United States where he is active as a freelance lecturer, preacher, and full-time hymn writer. His hymn texts are published in Faith Looking Forward (1983), Praising a Mystery (1986), Bring Many Names (1989), New Beginnings (1993), and Faith Renewed: 33 Hymns Reissued and Revised (1995), as well as in many modern hymnals. He has also produced What Language Shall I Borrow? (1989), a discussion guide to inclusive language in Christian worship. Bert Polman

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