Faderhjertet staar aabent for dig

Kjære sjæl, som gik bort fra din fader og Gud

Author: A. L. Skoog
Tune: [Kjære sjæl, som gik bort fra din fader og Gud]
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: A. L. Skoog

Skoog, Andrew L. (Gunnarskog, Sweden, December 17, 1856 [sic]--October 30, 1934, Minneapolis, Minnesota). Evangelical Covenant. Son of pietists. Tailor's apprentice at 10. Family emigrated to St. Paul, Minn., when Andrew was 13. Only formal music training was 12 lessons on a melodeon. Organist, choir director, and Sunday School superintendent in Swedish Tabernacle, Minneapolis, 1886-1916. Co-editor of hymnals: Evangelii Basun I & II, 1881-1883; Lilla Basunen, 1890; and Jubelklangen, 1896. Was in editorial committee of Covenant's first three hymnals: Sions Basun, 1908; De Ungas Sångbok, 1914; and Mission Hymns, 1921. Editor and publisher of Gittit 1892-1908, a monthly choir journal with music; a series of ten bound volumes of choir selectio… Go to person page >

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First Line: Kjære sjæl, som gik bort fra din fader og Gud
Title: Faderhjertet staar aabent for dig
Author: A. L. Skoog
Language: Norwegian
Publication Date: 1906
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.
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