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Seigi Abe

1891 - 1974 Composer of "MABUNE" in Hymns from the Four Winds

Yuji Abe

Author of "Jesus, My Friend, Is Great" in Baptist Hymnal 1991

A. E. Abel

Author of "O, Fear Not the Future"

Asa Abel

1796 - 1879 Author of "Come, my dear brethren, for a while" Abel, Asa. (Cheshire County, New Hampshire, November 19, 1796--November 9, 1879, New York State). Free Methodist. Pastor in the Methodist Episcopal Church for eighteen years, serving as a presiding elder and being elected as a delegate to the General Conference four times. In 1861 he transferred to the Free Methodist Church, serving as district chairman of several districts in the Genesee Conference and as a delegate to the Free Methodist General Conference three times. He retired in 1873. His hymn "I love the holy Son of God" was published in the Free Methodist Hymnal, 1915. --Anastasia Van Burkalow, DNAH Archives

C. P. Abel

Author of "We come with grateful hearts"

Otto Abel

Composer of "[We're steadfastly protected by Your power]" in Christian Science Hymnal

Carl Abela

1803 - 1841 Person Name: C. Abela Composer of "[Frühling, der die Welt verklärt]" in Glockenklänge Carl Gottlob Abela (Karl), born at Borna, Saxony, April 29, 1803, died at Halle, April 22, 1841. Vocal composer, pupil in Dresden of A. G. Fischer; went to Halle in 1825, and shortly after was made cantor at St. Mary's Church, He did much toward the promotion of vocal music in the public schools. Works: Collection of songs for two, three and four voices (Sammlung zwei,=drei und vierstimmiger lieder zum gebrauche beim gesangangterrichte in schulenLeipzig: Hartknoch, 4th ed. 1841) 160 songs, followed by canons for several voices (Breitkopf & Härtel); 120 quartets for male voices; Der Sängerbad, quartest for do (Halle, Knapp) Cyclopedia of Music and Musicians by John Denison Camplin, Jr. and William Foster Apthorp (Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1888)

Peter Abelard

1079 - 1142 Person Name: Peter Abelard, 1079-1142 Author (attributed to) of "O what the joy and the glory must be" in The Hymnal Abelard, Peter, born at Pailais, in Brittany, 1079. Designed for the military profession, he followed those of philosophy and theology. His life was one of strange chances and changes, brought about mainly through his love for Heloise, the niece of one Fulbert, a Canon of the Cathedral of Paris, and by his rationalistic views. Although a priest, he married Heloise privately. He was condemned for heresy by the Council of Soissons, 1121, and again by that of Sens, 1140; died at St. Marcel, near Chalons-sur-Saoae, April 21, 1142. For a long time, although his poetry had been referred to both by himself and by Heloise, little of any moment was known except the Advent hymn, Mittit ad Virginem, (q.v.). In 1838 Greith published in his Spicihgium Vaticanum, pp. 123-131, six poems which had been discovered in the Vatican. Later on, ninety-seven hymns were found in the Royal Library at Brussels, and pub. in the complete edition of Abelard's works, by Cousin, Petri Abelardi Opp., Paris, 1849. In that work is one of his best-known hymns, Tuba Domini, Paule, maxima (q.v.). Trench in his Sacra Latina Poetry, 1864, gives his Ornarunt terram germina (one of a series of poems on the successive days' work of the Creation), from Du Meril's Poesies Popul. Lat. du Moyen Age, 1847, p. 444. -John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

Howard Abell

Editor of "" in The Milton Hymnal

Joseph Abell

1939 - 2001 Person Name: Joseph Abell, 1939-2001 Arranger of "[Tú has venido a la orilla]" in Glory and Praise (3rd. ed.)

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