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[Are you shining for Jesus, my brother]

[Are you shining for Jesus, my brother]

Composer: Geo. C. Stebbins
Published in 7 hymnals


Audio files: MIDI

Composer: Geo. C. Stebbins

Stebbins studied music in Buffalo and Rochester, New York, then became a singing teacher. Around 1869, he moved to Chicago, Illinois, to join the Lyon and Healy Music Company. He also became the music director at the First Baptist Church in Chicago. It was in Chicago that he met the leaders in the Gospel music field, such as George Root, Philip Bliss, & Ira Sankey. At age 28, Stebbins moved to Boston, Massachusetts, where he became music director at the Claredon Street Baptist Church; the pastor there was Adoniram Gordon. Two years later, Stebbins became music director at Tremont Temple in Boston. Shortly thereafter, he became involved in evangelism campaigns with Moody and others. Around 1900, Stebbins spent a year as an evangelist in I… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [Are you shining for Jesus, my brother]
Composer: Geo. C. Stebbins
Incipit: 55533 32117 47771
Copyright: Public Domain

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 7 of 7)
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Alexander's Hymns No. 3 #94

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Favorite Sacred Songs #22

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Male Chorus No. 2 #71

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Northfield Hymnal #127

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Sacred Songs No. 2 #150

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The Gospel Choir No. 2 #22

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Young People's Songs of Praise #138

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