Harmonizer: Dale Wood (1934- )

Dale Wood was born in Glendale, California, on February 13, 1934, of Finnish-Polish parentage (his father's last name was Wojtkiewiecz, which immigration authorities shortened to Wood). Dale grew up in Los Angeles and graduated from Franklin High School, where he was voted "most likely to succeed" in his class. Raised a Lutheran, his career as a composer was launched at age 13 when he won a national hymn-writing competition for the American Lutheran Church. His first choral anthem was accepted for publication one year later. His knowledge of music was immense, and his appreciation ran the gamut from classical to the Broadway stage. He admired composers from Leroy Anderson to Villa Lobos, and he was comfortably conversant with artists such a… Go to person page >

Arranger: Keith Landis

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Tune Information

Arranger: Keith Landis (1977)
Harmonizer: Dale Wood (1934- )
Incipit: 53231 54327 1232
Key: f minor
Source: Noël anglais traditionnel in Sandy's Christmas Carols, 1833
Copyright: © Sixty hymns from Songs of Zion, éd. 1977


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