OBLATION (Elliott)

OBLATION (Elliott)

Composer: J. W. Elliott
Published in 2 hymnals


Composer: J. W. Elliott

J.W. Elliott was a popular composer of the Victorian period, and is best known for his nursery rhyme music and for his work on hymnals in the 1870s. He was born James William Elliott, in Warwick, England, on February 13, 1833. As a child, he sang as a chorister in the Leamington Parish Church. In those days, choristers were given lessons in all facets of church music, including organ lessons, counterpoint studies, and more in exchange for providing an extraordinary level of service to their parish church (services throughout the week, all holidays, extra services, etc.). The result is that most choristers who completed their studies received an excellent music education, and James was no exception. After starting his career as an organist a… Go to person page >

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Title: OBLATION (Elliott)
Composer: J. W. Elliott

Arrangements

Organ Solo

  • Deck Thyself, My Soul, With Gladness: Organ Music for Communion and General Use
    Composer/Editor David N. Johnson
    Published By: Augsburg Publishing House (1968) pp. 44

Instances

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Church Hymns #314

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The Church Hymnary #251

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