Asa Hull

Asa Hull
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Short Name: Asa Hull
Full Name: Hull, Asa, 1828-1907
Birth Year: 1828
Death Year: 1907

Asa Hull USA 1828-1907. Born in Keene, NY, he became a music publisher in New York City. He married Emma F Atherton, and they had a daughter, Harriett. He wrote many tunes and authored temperance rallying songs. He published 33 works, of which 21 were songbooks, between 1863-1895. He died in Philadelphia, PA.

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Texts by Asa Hull (48)AsAuthority LanguagesInstancessort descending
Anywhere with Jesus says the Christian heartAsa Hull (Author)English1
Beyond life's raging feverAsa Hull (Author)1
From thy royal chambers forthAsa Hull (Author)1
Gathered round the grave of LazarusAsa Hull (Arranger)English1
Lo the fields are white unto the harvest nowAsa Hull (Author (chorus))1
Make the lowly moundAsa Hull (Author)1
Many are the sorrows, many are the tearsAsa Hull (Author)1
O had I wings like a dove, I would fly, Away from this world of careAsa Hull (Arranger)1
O have you not heard of a beautiful streamAsa Hull (Author)English1
On brothers on to meet the foeAsa Hull (Arranged)1
There is life for a look at the Crucified One (Hull)Asa M. Hull (Author)English1
'Tis but the social, friendly glassAsa Hull (Author)1
'Twas Jesus, my Savior, who died on the tree Asa Hull (Author)English1
We are Zion's cadetsAsa Hull (Author)1
Welcome, welcome, welcomeAsa Hull (Author)1
A rosebud blossomed in my bowerAsa Hull (Author)2
Abundant fruit so rich in storeAsa Hull (Author)English2
Down in the garden of GethsemaneAsa Hull (Author)2
Good night to all, we soon must partAsa Hull (Author)2
I think of the fields so farAsa Hull (Author)2
In the battle of life there is work to doAsa Hull (Author)2
Jesus, thou art the sinner's friendAsa Hull (Author (Chorus))English2
Let us go to Bethlehem, to BethlehemAsa Hull (Author)English2
Now to the Lord a noble song, For He is good, the Lord is goodAsa Hull (Author)English2
Praise the Lord, praise the Lord, praise the Lord! Praise the Lord in the beauty of holinessAsa Hull (Arranger)English2
Summer time has come againAsa Hull (Author)2
Tell me the story of Jesus, Tell me the wonders of his loveAsa Hull (Author)2
The cross, the cross, the bloodstained crossA. H. (Arranger)English2
The great Physician now is hereAsa Hull (Arranger)English2
Whence came the armies of the skyAsa Hull (Author)2
Let down from heaven aboveAsa Hull (Author)3
Unto the God of the seasonsAsa Hull (Author)3
Blessed Bible, book divineAsa Hull (Author)4
Dear Savior, how often my heart has been sadAsa Hull (Author)4
My soul, with rapture waits for TheeAsa Hull (Arranger)English4
Stand up for Jesus, Christian standAsa Hull (Author)English4
Star of the east, O beautiful starAsa Hull (Author)4
Pilgrims on the burning sandAsa Hull (Author)5
There is a straight and narrow pathAsa Hull (Author)5
A gentle breeze from Eden's landAsa Hull (Author)English6
There's an open fount in ZionAsa Hull (Author)6
Ye soldiers of the cross, in the army of the LordAsa Hull (Author)English6
Alas, and did my Savior bleedAsa Hull (Author (Chorus))English7
I fear not the gloom of midnightAsa Hull (Author)7
Over the billows, over the seaAsa Hull (Author)8
Behold the changing autumn leavesAsa Hull (Author)10
We are waiting by the river, We are watching on the shoreAsa Hull (Author)English19
Walk in the light the Lord hath givenAsa Hull (Author)English40
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