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Come children, to the gospel feast

Come children, to the gospel feast

Author: R. M. McIntosh
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: R. M. McIntosh

Used Pseudonym: Robert M. McIntosh Born: Ap­ril 3, 1836, Mau­ry Coun­ty, Ten­nes­see. Died: Ju­ly 2, 1899, At­lan­ta, Georg­ia. Buried: Ox­ford, Georg­ia. Pseudonym: Emil­i­us La­roche. McIntosh at­tend­ed Jack­son Coll­ege in Co­lum­bia, Ten­nes­see, and stu­died mu­sic un­der Asa Ev­er­ett. In 1875, he was ap­point­ed head of the Mu­sic De­part­ment at Van­der­bilt Un­i­ver­si­ty in Nash­ville, Ten­nes­see. In 1877, he joined the fa­cul­ty of Em­o­ry Coll­ege, Ox­ford, Georg­ia. In 1895, he left Em­o­ry Coll­ege to de­vote his time to the R. M. Mc­In­tosh Pub­lish­ing Com­pa­ny. He al­so served as mu­sic ed­it­or of the Meth­od­ist Epis­co­pal Church South Pub­lis… Go to person page >

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First Line: Come children, to the gospel feast
Author: R. M. McIntosh
Refrain First Line: We are passing away

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Glad Tidings #d14

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