Sing of Andrew, John's Disciple

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Source: Common Praise (1998) #273

Author: Carl P. Daw

Daw was educated at Rice University, and the University of Virginia. He was ordained in 1982. Since 1996, he has been Executive Director of the Hymn Society in the United States and Canada. © The Cyber Hymnal™. Used by permission. (www.hymntime.com) Go to person page >

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First Line: Sing of Andrew, John's disciple
Title: Sing of Andrew, John's Disciple
Author: Carl P. Daw
Language: English
Copyright: © 1987 GIA Publications, Inc.

Tune

NETTLETON

The authorship of this tune is not clear, with different editors attributing the tune to different composers (or not naming one at all). See the instances list above for the different attributions. From William J. Reynolds, Companion to Baptist Hymnal (1976): "Nettleton first appeared as a two-part…

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ABBOT'S LEIGH

Cyril V. Taylor (PHH 286) composed ABBOT'S LEIGH in May of 1941 when he was working for the Religious Broadcasting Department of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The BBC had received complaints about the use of AUSTRIA (tune for the Austrian national hymn) during this time of war, a tune…

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Timeline

Instances

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Church Hymnary (4th ed.) #339

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Common Praise (1998) #273

Scripture Song Database #3027

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