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[I consecrate to Jesus now]

[I consecrate to Jesus now]

Composer (Chorus): Hans G. Naegeli; Composer: Jay H. Downs
Published in 3 hymnals


Audio files: MIDI

Composer (Chorus): Hans G. Naegeli

Johann G. Nageli (b. Wetzikon, near Zurich, Switzerland, 1773; d. Wetzikon, 1836) was an influential music educator who lectured throughout Germany and France. Influenced by Johann Pestalozzi, he published his theories of music education in Gangbildungslehre (1810), a book that made a strong impact on Lowell Mason. Nageli composed mainly" choral works, including settings of Goethe's poetry. He received his early instruction from his father, then in Zurich, where he concentrated on the music of. S. Bach. In Zurich, he also established a lending library and a publishing house, which published first editions of Beethoven’s piano sonatas and music by Bach, Handel, and Frescobaldi. Bert Polman  Go to person page >

Composer: Jay H. Downs

Early 20th Century  Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [I consecrate to Jesus now]
Composer: Jay H. Downs
Composer (Chorus): Hans G. Naegeli
Incipit: 51712 32354 34132
Source: Chorus is the tune "Dennis", by Hans G. Naegeli
Copyright: Public Domain

Instances

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Kingdom Songs #108

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The Church School Hymnal #165

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Uplifting Songs #40

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