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ALL YOUR ANXIETY

Composer: Edward H. Joy

Edward Henry Joy Born: November 16, 1871, Canterbury, Kent, England. Died: February 16, 1949, Cheam, Surrey, England. Joy joined the Salvation Army (SA) in Canterbury, then played in the band at Folkestone, and became an SA officer in 1894. He went on serve the SA Corps at Tunstall, then the SA International headquarters in 1917, where he was Under Secretary in the Foreign Office. After 1919, he served as Immigration Secretary in western Canada, and in 1932 became editor-in-chief of The War Cry in South Africa. He rose to the rank of SA colonel, and retired in 1938. --www.hymntime.com/tch/ Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: ALL YOUR ANXIETY
Composer: Edward H. Joy
Meter: Irregular
Incipit: 12353 43322 34444
Key: E♭ Major
Source: The Musical Salvationist, 1929
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Celebration Hymnal #613

The Christian Life Hymnal #469

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