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O spirit of love, who dwellest on high

O spirit of love, who dwellest on high

Author: James P. Harding
Published in 5 hymnals

Author: James P. Harding

Born: May 19, 1850, Clerkenwell, London, England. Died: February 21, 1911, London, England. James Proctor Harding, whose names is sometimes given as John, and whose birth date is uncertain, appearing as 1850, 1859, and 1861, was for 35 years the organist and choirmaster of St. Andrew's Church, Islington, London. He also worked for many years in the English civil service. His musical compositions include anthems, part-songs, etc., many of which were written for the children's festivals of the Gifford Hall Mission in Islington. --The Hymnal 1940 Companion  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: O spirit of love, who dwellest on high
Author: James P. Harding

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Instances

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A Liturgy and Hymns for Church Sunday Schools #53Page Scan
Hymns, Selected and Original, for Sunday Schools of the Evangelical Lutheran Church #d325
New Union Hymns #154Page Scan
Songs of the Spirit #d305
Sunday School Hymns #d106



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