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[If I were a sunbeam, I know what I would do]

[If I were a sunbeam, I know what I would do]

Composer: W. E. M. Hackleman
Published in 3 hymnals


Audio files: MIDI

Composer: W. E. M. Hackleman

William Edward Michael Hackleman USA 1868-1927. Born at Orange, IN, he grew up on a farm. At age 17 he was teaching singing classes and leading singing in meetings. He later taught public school for four years and studied music in Toronto, Canada, at the Conservatory of Music, under Italian composer, Francesco d'Auria, and also with other private teachers in New York City. He married Pearl C MNU, and they had four children: Edwin, Florence, Grace, and Gladys. He edited songbooks, composed music and lead music at state and national conventions of the Christian Church. He was an evangelist and served as president of the National Association of Church Musicians, and for five years was secretary to the Indiana Missionary Society. He led… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [If I were a sunbeam, I know what I would do]
Composer: W. E. M. Hackleman
Copyright: Public Domain

Instances

Instances (1 - 3 of 3)
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Bethany Hymns #72

Glory Songs #165

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The King of Kings #86

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