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[Lord, Who at Cana's wedding feast]

[Lord, Who at Cana's wedding feast]

Arranger: William Dressler
Published in 1 hymnal


Arranger: William Dressler

Prof. William Dressler was born in Nottingham, England and his father was at one time court flutiest to the King of Saxony. Mr. Dressler was graduated from the Cologne Conservatory of Music in 1847. Shortly after, he was first violinist of the Opera House in Wiesbaden and then became conductor. He came to this country in the early fifties as solo pianist and accompanist to Ole Bull. After traveling several seasons with concert companies Mr. Dressler settled in New York and devoted himself to teaching, playing in churches and composing. He was a former choirmaster and organist of the Fourth Avenue Presbyterina Church. He played in other churches, among them St. Charles Borromeo’s, St. Peter’s Roman Catholic in Brooklyn, and St.… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [Lord, Who at Cana's wedding feast]
Arranger: William Dressler
Meter: D. C. M.
Incipit: 53343 63211 71235
Key: A Major
Copyright: Public Domain

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Lord, Who at Cana's Wedding Feast

Lord, Who at Cana’s wedding feast
Didst as a guest appear,
Thou dearer far than earthly guest,
Vouchsafe Thy presence here;
For holy Thou indeed dost prove
The marriage vow to be,
Proclaiming it a type of love
Between the Church and Thee.

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