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[O come, let us in songs to God]

[O come, let us in songs to God]

Composer: C. C. Case
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Composer: C. C. Case

Charles Clinton Case, 1843-1918 Born: June 6, 1843, Lines­ville, Penn­syl­van­ia. Died: De­cem­ber 1, 1918, Ober­lin, Ohio. When Case was about four years old, his fam­i­ly moved to Gus­tav­us, Ohio, where he lived the rest of his life. Case’s fa­ther was an ac­comp­lished vi­o­lin­ist, and his grand­fa­ther, a Amer­i­can re­vo­lu­tion­ary war ve­ter­an, taught vo­cal mu­sic. By the time Charles was nine years old, a neigh­bor gave him a small vi­o­lin which he mas­tered long be­fore he could read mu­sic. At age 16, he be­gan to go to sing­ing school (with­out his par­ents’ con­sent), bor­row­ing the mo­ney from a neigh­bor. His first vo­cal mu­sic in­struct­or was a Mr. C. A. Be… Go to person page >

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Composer: C. C. Case


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