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The sweetest the fairest of roses I've found

The sweetest the fairest of roses I've found

Author: Oscar Ahnfelt
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Oscar Ahnfelt

Oscar Ahnfelt (1813 -1882) was a Swedish singer and composer. He wrote the music for many of Lina Sandell’s hymns. A pietist, he raised some concern in the State-church, but his music was apparently so popular, King Karl XV gave him permission to play and sing in both of his kingdoms. Ahnfelt’s music has spread throughout the world; two of his best-known songs are “Children of the Heavenly Father” and “Day by Day.” Laura de Jong Go to person page >

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First Line: The sweetest the fairest of roses I've found
Author: Oscar Ahnfelt
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Hymnal of the Evangelical Lutheran Augustana Synod. Text ed. #d571

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