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[Chant] (Fisk 34555)

[Chant] (Fisk 34555)

Composer: Charles B. Fisk
Published in 1 hymnal

Composer: Charles B. Fisk

Charles Brenton Fisk (1925–1983), the first American organ builder to build significant tracker organs in the 20th century. His study of early American and European instruments led him to return to mechanical action and to set a new course for American organ building. He modeled his shop on collaborative enterprise, launching the careers of four other North American organ builders and providing the foundation for those who carry on the company he founded. Born in Washington, D.C., and raised in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Fisk loved music and grew up tinkering with hifi equipment. He was a chorister at Christ Church on Cambridge Common where E. Power Biggs was Choirmaster. Charles showed such intelligence as a young man that when he was… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [Chant] (Fisk 34555)
Composer: Charles B. Fisk
Incipit: 34555 67117 77655
Key: B Major
Copyright: © 1985, The Estate of Charles B. Fisk


The Song of Simeon

Lord, you now have set your servant free
to go in peace as you have promised;

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The Hymnal 1982 #S259

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