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The city of God

In that beautiful city that is built above

Author: R. H. Cornelius
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: R. H. Cornelius

R.H. Cornelius, known as Rufus Cornelius by his friends, was born in Blount Co., AL., January 24, 1872. He was educated in the public schools of Oneonta, the county seat. He began teaching in the public schools at an early age and at one time was associate Principle of the Oneonta High School. It was while teaching in the high school that he became interested in church music and began to study with some of the best teachers of the time. His first major teacher was the late A J showalter in one of his normals at Eden, AL. He continued his study with this wellknown teacher until he had finished the courses a second time. He soon felt that the study of harmony was his first love in his study and soon became one of the best harmon teachers of h… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: In that beautiful city that is built above
Title: The city of God
Author: R. H. Cornelius
Refrain First Line: Beautiful city, city so bright

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Our Thankful Songs #d74
Singing for Joy #d102



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