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[Bless the Lord, O my soul] (Wetzel)

[Bless the Lord, O my soul] (Wetzel)

Arranger: Richard D. Wetzel
Published in 1 hymnal

Arranger: Richard D. Wetzel

Richard D. Wetzel (b. 1935) received the Ph.D. in Musicology from the University of Pittsburgh, studying under D�nes Bartha, Theodore Finney, and Robert Snow. He joined the faculty of Ohio University in 1970. Dr. Wetzel's area of emphasis is American Music, and he is published in The New Grove Dictionary of American Music and American National Biography. His book, Frontier Musicians, is a definitive work on German-American music of the 18th and 19th centuries. Wetzel is also a composer and hymnologist, and his liturgical music is found in numerous denominational hymnals, including those published by the Episcopal and Presbyterian churches and the United Church of Christ. Professor Wetzel was the recipient of Ohio University's Outstanding… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [Bless the Lord, O my soul] (Wetzel)
Arranger: Richard D. Wetzel
Incipit: 54517 12655 11123
Key: f♯ minor
Source: Based on Appalachian folk melody
Copyright: Music copyright 1972 by The Westminster Press.


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The Worshipbook #271

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