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[Come, let us pray: 'tis sweet to feel]

[Come, let us pray: 'tis sweet to feel]

Composer: Albert J. Holden, 1841-1916
Published in 1 hymnal


Composer: Albert J. Holden, 1841-1916

A Founder of the American Guild of Organists and composer and editor of numerous pieces and collections of sacred music (of which perhaps Songs of Faith, Hope and Love, 1883, is best known), Albert Junos Holden was born in Boston on August 17, 1841. He studied in New York City, and served there as organist of the Church of the Divine Paternity (Universalist) and of the Church of the Puritans (Presbyterian). His sacred solo "In Heavenly Love Abiding" was recorded by the "Metropolitan Quartet" on an Edison Blue Amberol cylinder, No. 3813, in 1919. He died in Longmeadow, Massachusetts, on July 16, 1916. (source: AGO Founders Hymnal, p. 98) Go to person page >

Tune Information

Composer: Albert J. Holden, 1841-1916
Meter: 8.6.8.6.8.8
Incipit: 55555 63217 1221

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AGO Founders Hymnal #32

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