[There’s a song in the air] (Conant)

[There’s a song in the air] (Conant)

Composer: Grace Wilbur Conant (1907)
Published in 1 hymnal


Audio files: MIDI

Composer: Grace Wilbur Conant

Pseudonym: A. B. Ponsonby. Born: Sep­tem­ber 9, 1858, Bos­ton, Mass­a­chu­setts. Died: Ap­ril 7, 1948, Malden, Mass­a­chu­setts. Grace re­mained sin­gle all her life. Her mid­dle name was her mo­ther’s maid­en name. She served as mu­sic­al ed­it­or for the Kin­der­gar­ten Review for at least six years, star­ting in 1908. Her works in­clude: Songs for Lit­tle Peo­ple, with Fran­ces Weld Dan­i­el­son (Bos­ton, Mass­a­chu­setts: The Pil­grim Press, 1905) Worship and Song, with Ben­ja­min S. Win­ches­ter (Pilg­rim Press, 1913) Religious Dan­gers of Mo­dern Ten­den­cies in So-Called Re­li­gious Songs, 1917 Song and Play for Child­ren, with Fran­ces Weld Dan­iel… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Composer: Grace Wilbur Conant (1907)
Incipit: 55161 76563 65
Key: D Major

Texts

There's a Song in the Air

There's a song in the air!
There's a star in the sky!
There's a mother's deep prayer
and a baby's low cry!
And the star rains its fire
while the beautiful sing,
for the manger of Bethlehem
cradles a King!

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