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Glorious news

O have you heard the glorious news that round

Author: L. O. Emerson
Published in 6 hymnals

Author: L. O. Emerson

Luther Orlando Emerson was born at Parsonsfield, Maine, August 3, 1820. He descended from distinguished English ancestry. His parents were quite musical, and while the family circle were together, they had a choir and orchestra of their own. The father played the violoncello, the mother was an excellent singer, the flute and violin added their sweet tones, till the quiet homestead rang with melody. Mr. Emerson's education was obtained at the district school, Parsonsfield Seminary and Effingham Academy. He was full of energy, quick and versatile, an apt scholar, and with a view to entering the profession of medicine he entered Dracut Academy, Mass. But his great love for music swerved him from that course, and now, having far better oppo… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: O have you heard the glorious news that round
Title: Glorious news
Author: L. O. Emerson

Timeline

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Bible Temperance Hymns #d30
Bible Temperance Hymns #46Page Scan
Bugle Notes for the Temperance Army: a collection of songs, quartettes, and glees, adapted to the use of all temperance gatherings, glee clubs, etc. ... #114Page Scan
Pure Light #d61
Temperance Chimes: comprising a great variety of new music, glees, songs, and hymns, designed for the use of temperance meeting and organizations, glee clubs, bands of hope, and the home circle #22Page Scan
The Temple Harp #d231
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