In myriad forms, by myriad names

In myriad forms, by myriad names

Author: Richard Watson Gilder
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: Richard Watson Gilder

Gilder, Richard Watson, LL.D., was born at Bordentown, N.J., Feb. 8, 1844, and educated at a Seminary at Flushing, L.I. He was associate-editor of Scribner's Monthly (now The Century) from its commencement in 1870 to 1881, when, on the death of J. G. Holland, he became editor-in-chief. His poetical works are somewhat numerous, and include The New Day, 1875; Lyrics, 1885; Two Worlds, 1801; Poems and Inscriptions, 1901; and In the Heights, 1905. His hymns in common use are:— 1. In myriad forms, by myriad names. [ Divine Incomprehensibility.] This, in In Excelsis, N.Y., 1897, is composed of the last two stanzas of a hymn sung at the presentation of the Egyptian Obelisk to the City of New York, Feb. 22, 1881. The hymn is in his L… Go to person page >

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First Line: In myriad forms, by myriad names
Author: Richard Watson Gilder

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Hymns of Worship and Service #524Page Scan
Hymns of Worship and Service (15th ed.) #524Page Scan
In Excelsis: hymns with tunes for Christian worship #832Page Scan



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