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[I shall be satisfied at last]

Composer: Chas. H. Gabriel Appears in 2 hymnals Hymnal Title: Sifted Wheat Used With Text: I Shall Be Satisfied

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I Shall Be Satisfied

Author: Rev. G. W. Crofts Appears in 4 hymnals Hymnal Title: Sifted Wheat First Line: I shall be satisfied at last Used With Tune: [I shall be satisfied at last]

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I Shall Be Satisfied

Author: Rev. G. W. Crofts Hymnal: International Praise #24 (1902) Hymnal Title: International Praise First Line: I shall be satisfied at last Languages: English Tune Title: [I shall be satisfied at last]
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I Shall Be Satisfied

Author: Rev. G. W. Crofts Hymnal: Sifted Wheat #110 (1898) Hymnal Title: Sifted Wheat First Line: I shall be satisfied at last Languages: English Tune Title: [I shall be satisfied at last]

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George W. Crofts

1842 - 1909 Person Name: Rev. G. W. Crofts Hymnal Title: Sifted Wheat Author of "I Shall Be Satisfied" in Sifted Wheat We have little data on Crofts, except that he was a minister. --www.hymntime.com/tch/

Chas. H. Gabriel

1856 - 1932 Hymnal Title: Sifted Wheat Composer of "[I shall be satisfied at last]" in Sifted Wheat Pseudonyms: C. D. Emerson, Charlotte G. Homer, S. B. Jackson, A. W. Lawrence, Jennie Ree ============= For the first seventeen years of his life Charles Hutchinson Gabriel (b. Wilton, IA, 1856; d. Los Angeles, CA, 1932) lived on an Iowa farm, where friends and neighbors often gathered to sing. Gabriel accompanied them on the family reed organ he had taught himself to play. At the age of sixteen he began teaching singing in schools (following in his father's footsteps) and soon was acclaimed as a fine teacher and composer. He moved to California in 1887 and served as Sunday school music director at the Grace Methodist Church in San Francisco. After moving to Chicago in 1892, Gabriel edited numerous collections of anthems, cantatas, and a large number of songbooks for the Homer Rodeheaver, Hope, and E. O. Excell publishing companies. He composed hundreds of tunes and texts, at times using pseudonyms such as Charlotte G. Homer. The total number of his compositions is estimated at about seven thousand. Gabriel's gospel songs became widely circulated through the Billy Sunday­-Homer Rodeheaver urban crusades. Bert Polman



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