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THE RADIANT MORN (Longacre)

THE RADIANT MORN (Longacre)

Composer: Lindsay B. Longacre
Published in 2 hymnals


Composer: Lindsay B. Longacre

Lindsay Bartholomew Longacre was born in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, on January 26, 1870, the son of Orleans and Rachel (Bartholomew) Longacre. Longacre wanted to become a musician, but pursuant to his father’s wishes, he attended the Columbia University School of Mines and was graduated from there with a degree in mining engineering in 1892. Following a call to the ministry, he attended Drew Theological Seminary, where he received a B.D. degree in 1896, and was subsequently ordained a minister in the Methodist Church that same year. From 1896-1910, Rev. Longacre served several small churches in the New York Conference. These included Glenville, St. Luck, Madison Avenue (later called Christ Methodist after a move to a new location), F… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: THE RADIANT MORN (Longacre)
Composer: Lindsay B. Longacre
Meter: 8.8.8.4
Incipit: 55365 31123 33143
Copyright: Public Domain

Instances

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The Methodist Sunday School Hymnal #51

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The Riverdale Hymn Book #22

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