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Charles B. Widmeyer

1884 - 1974 Person Name: C. B. Widmeyer Composer of "[When I shall wake in that fair morn of morns]" in New Sacred Quartettes for Male, Female and Mixed Voices Widmeyer, Charles B. (Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, 1884--California, December 14, 1974). Studied vocal music from age 12 under J.M. Cowgill; at age 15 began teaching classes of his own. First song was written at age 15. The first one published, "Upon the Cross," was written at age 20. Bachelor of Music degree from Bethany-Peniel, Bethany, Oklahoma. Wrote more than 350 songs; edited or contributed to many songbooks. "Come and Dine" was written following the reading of John 21:12 and his meditation on the similarity between the tired, hungry disciples and people of his day both spiritually and physically hungry; translated into Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic, and Serbian. --E. Roger Taylor, DNAH Archives

George C. Hugg

1848 - 1907 Person Name: Geo. C. Hugg Composer of "[When I awake in the sweet morn of morns]" in On Wings of Song George Crawford Hugg USA 1848-1907. Born near Haddonfield, NJ, he became choirmaster at the Berlin, NJ, Presbyterian Church at age 12. At age 14 he published his first song, “Walk in the light”, which became very popular. He married Anne E Ketchum, and they had a daughter, Evangeline. He served as choirmaster of the Tabernacle Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, and also the Broad Street and Arch Street Methodist Episcopal Churches there. He was also closely associated with the Harper Memorial Presbyterian Church there. He was a prolific composer with over 2000 works, publishing 18 books of revival and Sunday school music, and 90 songs for special occasions (Christmas, Easter, etc.). He died in Philadelphia, PA. John Perry

Thomas C. Neal

1849 - 1916 Person Name: T. C. Neal Composer of "[When I shall wake in that fair morn of morns]" in The Cyber Hymnal

George W. Crofts

1842 - 1909 Person Name: Rev. G. W. Crofts Adapter of "Satisfied By and By" in Hymns New and Old, No. 2 We have little data on Crofts, except that he was a minister.

E. L. Jorgenson

1886 - 1968 Composer of "[When I shall wake in that fair morn of morns]" in Great Songs of the Church Born: December 9, 1886, Nebraska. Died: December 14, 1968, at his home in Louisville, Kentucky. Buried: Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Kentucky. Jorgenson was the son of Danish immigrants. His father, Christopher Jorgenson, had been a soldier in the personal guard of the king of Denmark (probably Christian IX), and his mother a seamstress to the queen. The 1900 census shows the family living in Boone County, Nebraska. As a young man, Elmer led singing in churches in and around Albion, Nebraska, and in nearby Missouri. He was directing the music department at Western Bible and Literary College by 1908. In 1910, he and his wife Irene moved to Louisville, Kentucky. He was a member of the Churches of Christ. Jorgenson’s works include: Truth and Grace, with Robert Boll & James Shepherd (F. L. Rowe, 1917) Great Songs of the Church (Louisville, Kentucky: Word and Work, 1921) The New Alphabetical Hymnal (Chicago, Illinois: Great Songs Press, 1957)

William B. Blake

1832 - 1915 Person Name: Wm. B. Blake Composer of "[When I awake in that sweet morn of morns]" in Good Tidings

J. L. Moore

Person Name: J. L. M. Composer of "[When I shall awake in that fair morn of morns]" in Notes of Praise

H. N. Lincoln

1859 - 1948 Composer of "[When I shall wake in that fair morn of morns]" in The New Evangel Horace Neely Lincoln, 1859-1948. Horace was the son of James Lin­coln and Em­a­line King, and hus­band of Et­ta Lee Thur­mand (mar­ried 1887). He moved with his fa­mi­ly to Tex­as when he was se­ven years old. At age 10, he be­gan at­tend­ing a sing­ing school con­duct­ed by James M. Jol­ley of Mis­sis­sip­pi. In 1880, he taught his first sing­ing class in his old neigh­bor­hood school house. Lat­er that year, he at­tend­ed his first nor­mal mu­sic school, taught at Moun­tain Home (now Hol­land), Tex­as. Lincoln had oth­er mu­sic­al train­ing under L. B. Shook (a for­mer stu­dent of Phil­ip Bliss) and John Mc­Pher­son of Il­li­nois. In 1898, he grad­u­at­ed from the Chi­ca­go Na­tion­al Col­lege of Mu­sic, and in 1906 took a post-grad­ua­te course un­der Ho­ra­tio Pal­mer. Lincoln ev­ent­u­al­ly be­came pre­si­dent of the Song­land Mu­sic Com­pa­ny, and the World’s Nor­mal Mu­sic­al Col­lege. © The Cyber Hymnal™ (hymntime/tch)


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