[Tho' man may strive to go beyond the reef of space]

[Tho' man may strive to go beyond the reef of space]

Composer: Stuart Hamblen
Published in 1 hymnal


Composer: Stuart Hamblen

Carl Stuart Hamblen was born on October 20th, 1908, in Kellyville, Texas, the son of a traveling Methodist preacher, and founder of the Evangelical Methodist Church, Dr. J.H. Hamblen. Stuart’s career as a Country Western Gospel singer, composer, radio-movie personality, and master storyteller all began in 1926, on radio station on WBAP, Ft Worth, TX and sister station WFAA, Dallas, TX, where he became radio broadcasting’s first singing cowboy. The next major turning point in his career happened in 1929 where he won a talent show in Abilene, Texas and with the $100 cash prize in-hand, he headed for Camden, New Jersey, to the Victor Talking Machine Company to seek his fortune. Recording four songs for the forerunner of RCA Victor, Stuart… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [Tho' man may strive to go beyond the reef of space]
Composer: Stuart Hamblen
Key: D Major
Copyright: © 1959 Hamblen Music Co.

Arrangements

Organ Solo

  • Fred Bock's Great Gospel Hits: For All Organs
    Composer/Editor Fred Bock
    Published By: Fred Bock Music Company (1978) pp. 5
  • Gospel Songs of Stuart Hamblen: For All Organs
    Composer/Editors Stuart Hamblen; Fred Bock
    Published By: Hamblen Music Company, Inc. (1968) pp. 5

Piano Solo

  • The Anthony Burger Collection: Arrangements for Solo Piano
    Composer/Editor Anthony Burger
    Published By: Gaither Music Company (1997) pp. 62
  • Bock's Best Volume I: 50 Outstanding Piano Arrangements of Hymns and Gospel Songs
    Composer/Editor Fred Bock
    Published By: Fred Bock Music Company (1980) pp. 85

Instances

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Audio

Hymns of Faith #40

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