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The last appeal

Author: John E. Gould

Born: April 9, 1821, Bangor, Maine. Died: March 4, 1875, Algiers, Africa. Gould became ill and died while traveling. Buried: November 28, 1875, Woodlands Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Gould managed music stores in New York City and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His partner in Philadelphia was composer William Fischer. His works include: The Modern Harp, 1846 The Wreath of School Songs, 1847 The Tyrolian Lyre, 1847 The Sunday School Lute, 1848 Harmonia Sacra, 1851 Songs of Gladness for the Sabbath School (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Garrigues Brothers, 1869) --www.hymntime.com/tch/ Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Listen, sinner, will you listen
Title: The last appeal
Author: John E. Gould

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 14 of 14)

Bells of Heaven #d216

Bells of Heaven #d214

Bells of Heaven #d192

Blood Redemption and Christian Service Songs #d44

Favorite Gospel Songs #53

Gospel Light #d161

Gospel Melodies #d97

Holiness to the Lord #d112

Humbard Family Songs #d52

Revival and Prohibition Songs #d51

Revive Us #d46

Three Hundred Country Chapel Songs and Hymns #d125

Warrior Songs for the White Cavalry #d57

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