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O Lord of earth and sky

O Lord of earth and sky

Author: Doyle A. Stover
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Doyle A. Stover

Doyle A. Stover was born in Arkansas, but has spent most of his life in Tennessee. A member of the Highland Park United Methodist Church in Chatanooga [sic], he lives in nearly Franklin, Tennessee, where he plays the organ daily at the First Presbyterian Church. Music has been his lifelong avocation; he has written considerable religious verse, and composed hymn tunes. He is a graduate of Austin Peay State University of Clarksvile, Tennessee. Mr. Stover has particular admiration for the music of George Frederick Handel and devotes much practice time to his works. He is also a steam locomotive enthusiast, and has a keen interest in ancient Egyptian art and artifacts of which he has a considerable collection. --Seven New Hymns of Hope ,… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: O Lord of earth and sky
Author: Doyle A. Stover
Publication Date: 1971
Copyright: Copyright 1971 by the Hymn Society of America



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Seven New Hymns of Hope #5

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