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親愛主,握我手 (Precious Lord, take my hand)

親愛主,握我手 (Qīn'ài zhǔ, wò wǒ shǒu)

Author: Thomas Andrew Dorsey
Tune: PRECIOUS LORD
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Thomas Andrew Dorsey

Thomas Andrew Dorsey was born in Villa Rica, a small rural town near Atlanta, Georgia. In 1919 he moved to Chicago. Most of his musical training was in the church, but he also studied and played jazz and blues. He later combined jazz and blues with religious texts, giving birth to gospel music. In 1931, along with Magnolia Lewis-Butts and Theodore Roosevelt Frye, he established the first gospel choir at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Chicago. He went on to lead the gospel choir at Pilgrim Baptist Church, which he led for 60 years. Dorsey was also instrumental in founding the National Convention of Gospel Choirs and Choruses (NCGCC) in 1933. The convention taught choirs all over the country how to sing gospel music. Dianne Shapiro, from "Gosp… Go to person page >

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First Line: 親愛主,握我手 (Qīn'ài zhǔ, wò wǒ shǒu)
Title: 親愛主,握我手 (Precious Lord, take my hand)
English Title: Precious Lord, take my hand
Author: Thomas Andrew Dorsey
Language: Chinese

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Sheng tu shi ge = Hymnary (聖徒詩歌) #514

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