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MISSIONARY CHANT (Marshall)

MISSIONARY CHANT (Marshall)

Composer: Leonard Marshall
Published in 1 hymnal


Composer: Leonard Marshall

Marshall, Leonard. (Hudson, New Hampshire, May 3, 1809--July 1, 1890, Hudson, N.H.) Baptist. Voice pupil of John Paddon of London and Charles Zenner, harmonist. Tenor soloist of Handel and Haydn Society ca. 1844-1850. Music director at Twelfth Congregational Church, Boston, Massachusetts, 1836-1957; Bowdoin Square Baptist Church, ca.1867-1870; Harvard Street Baptist Church, ca.1870-1875, and other Boston churches. Chorus director at Tremont Temple, 1857-1867. Author of popular songs, "Don't Give Up the Ship" and "The Mountaineer," and of thirteen church music books; published The Sacred Star hymnal, 1861, Boston. Wrote words of Easter hymn commencing, "Jesus Christ, our precious Savior," and hymn "Ever gracious, loving Savior, Come and bles… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: MISSIONARY CHANT (Marshall)
Composer: Leonard Marshall
Meter: 8.8.8.8
Incipit: 33211 11211 11
Key: C Major
Copyright: Public Domain

Texts

Jesus Shall Reign Where'er the Sun

Jesus shall reign where'er the sun
does its successive journeys run,
his kingdom stretch from shore to shore,
till moons shall wax and wane no more.

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The Gospel Psalmist #261

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