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[My blinded soul was far astray]

[My blinded soul was far astray]

Composer: J. E. Delmarter
Published in 1 hymnal


Audio files: MIDI

Composer: J. E. Delmarter

James Ellsworth Delmarter (1864 - 1948) Son of James, son of Cornelius, son of Moses, son of Cornelius, son of Isaac, son of Jacobus, son of Claude, born in Varick, NY and died in Fresno, CA. He taught music at the Moody Bible Institute. He walked across the city to go there on Sundays as he refused to use public transportation on Sundays. He wrote at least two books on how to teach music and published them with his own publishing company (Delmarter Publishing Co.), in 1909. --connectingwithourpast.com/20th_Century.html Go to person page >

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Composer: J. E. Delmarter
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