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[Hallelujah! raise the song] (Andrews)

[Hallelujah! raise the song] (Andrews)

Composer: J. Warren Andrews
Published in 2 hymnals

Composer: J. Warren Andrews

A Founder of the American Guild of Organists, J. Warren Andrews was born on April 6, 1860, in Lynn, Massachusetts. He held his first post as organist at age twelve in Swampscott, Massachusetts. When 16, he became organist of the First Baptist Church, Lynn, Massachusetts, and of Boston Street Methodist Church. Andrews was later organist of Old Trinity Church, Newport, Rhode Island (1879-88), Pilgrim Church, Cambridge, Massachusetts (1888-91), Plymouth Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota (1891-98), and Church of the Divine Paternity, New York City (1898-1932). Andrews was warden of the AGO from 1913 to 1916. He died at his home in Grantwood, New Jersey, at the age of 71 on January 18, 1932. His widow, two songs, a daughter, and his 91-year-old mot… Go to person page >

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Title: [Hallelujah! raise the song] (Andrews)
Composer: J. Warren Andrews
Incipit: 11654 32332 34321
Key: D Major


Hallelujah! Raise the Song

Hallelujah! raise the song, "Jesus Christ is risen:"
Let the Church the note prolong, "Jesus Christ is risen!"
Her loving and triumphant Head,
Captivity has captive led,
And ev'ry foe has vanquished. Hallelujah!

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