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ECCE AGNUS (Warren)

Composer: George William Warren (1828-1902)

George William Warren, 1828-1902 Born: Au­gust 17, 1828, Al­ba­ny, New York. Died: March 17, 1902, New York Ci­ty. Buried: Al­ba­ny Rural Cemetery, Al­ba­ny, New York. Warren at­tend­ed Ra­cine Coll­ege in Wis­con­sin, then played the or­gan at St. Peter’s Epis­co­pal Church (1846-1858) and St. Paul’s Church (1858-1860) in Al­ba­ny, New York. In 1860, he moved to New York City to be­come or­gan­ist at Ho­ly Trin­i­ty Church. After 10 years there, he be­came or­gan­ist and choir di­rect­or at St. Thom­as’ Church in New York City. No mu­sic was played at his fun­er­al, at­tend­ed by thou­sands, as the mourn­ers be­lieved they could find no fin­er or­gan­ist. War­ren’s works in­clude:… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Composer: George William Warren (1828-1902)
Meter: 6.6.6.4.8.8.4
Incipit: 55432 12345 64555
Key: g minor

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The Hymnal #153

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