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[And two shall be come one in love]

[And two shall be come one in love]

Composer: Gary Alan Smith
Published in 1 hymnal


Composer: Gary Alan Smith

GARY ALAN SMITH (b. 1947) is a native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He received his undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin majoring in voice and composition. He received two masters degrees in sacred music and theology from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, where he graduated with honors. He was just 26 years of age when Hope published his first choral work, a setting of O SACRED HEAD NOW WOUNDED. His original composition F 973 ANTIPHONAL HOSANNA is the 10th best selling choral piece in the Hope catalog. A life-long United Methodist, today G. Alan Smith is Senior Music Editor at Abingdon Press in Nashville, Tennessee. Gary has two credits in Hope's new hymnal WORSHIP & REJOICE (2001). --www.hopepublishing.com Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [And two shall be come one in love]
Composer: Gary Alan Smith
Incipit: 56671 267
Key: G Major
Copyright: © 1989 The United Methodist Publishing House

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The United Methodist Hymnal #646b

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