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Gloomy night is past

Gloomy night is past

Author: Asa Brooks Everett
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Asa Brooks Everett

Asa B. Everett (1828-1875) Born: 1828, Vir­gin­ia. Died: Sep­tem­ber 1875, near Nash­ville, Ten­nes­see. Everett orig­in­al­ly planned to be a do­ctor, but went in­to mu­sic in­stead. He stu­died in Bos­ton, Mass­a­chu­setts, and Leip­zig, Ger­ma­ny. He wrote ma­ny Gos­pel songs, and ed­it­ed The Scep­tre (New York: Big­low & Main, 1871). His bro­thers were also com­pos­ers, Ben­ja­min Holden Everett and Leonard C. Ev­er­ett. His compositions include: Beyond This Land of Part­ing Footprints of Je­sus Hark, the Gen­tle Voice Loved One, Fare­well Richmond There’s a Fount­ain Free Who at My Door is Standing? —www.hymntime.com Go to person page >

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First Line: Gloomy night is past
Author: Asa Brooks Everett

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The Canadian Warbler #d41

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