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A. C. Wolfenburger

Author of "The two voters"

Gayle Wolff

Author of "Yet Will I Praise Thee" in Scripture Song Database Name changed to Gayle Brandon email from Gayle Brandon

Gustav Tyson Wolff

1840 - 1907 Person Name: J. Tyson-Wolff Composer of "[Dear Lord, another happy day]" in The Children's Hymnal

Johann Wolff

1500 - 1600 Person Name: J. Wolff Composer of "[Across the sky the shades of night]" in The Lutheran Hymnary

S. Drummond Wolff

1916 - 2004 Person Name: S. Drummond Wolff (1916-) Composer (descant) of "LLANFAIR" in Common Praise (1998)

William Wolff

b. 1909 Person Name: William Wolff, b. 1909 Translator (alt. text) of "Sakura" in Singing the Living Tradition

Wolfgang Köpfel

of in See Capito, Wolfgang, 1478-1541

Wolfgang Meusslin

1497 - 1536 of in See Musculus, Wolfgang, 1497-1563

Darwin K. Wolford

b. 1936 Person Name: Darwin K. Wolford, b. 1936 Composer of "BRUCE" in Hymns of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Darwin Wolford is a composer, organist, and former music professor. He was Director of Organ Studies at Brigham Young University–Idaho before his retirement in 2004. Wolford was born in 1936 in Logan, Utah. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Utah State University, his Master of Music degree and his PhD in organ composition from the University of Utah. He began piano lessons at the age of eight and studied piano with Irving Wasserman. During college he studied organ with Robert Cundick and Alexander Schreiner and composition with Leroy Robertson, John LaMontaine, and Ned Rorem. He has published more than 350 compositions for choir, orchestra, organ, piano, and other instruments. Wolford’s works are among those heard performed by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Wolford is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served for many years as a member of the General Music Committee. he was a member of the Executive Hymnbook Committee and assisted with the publication of the 1985 LDS Hymnbook. He also helped prepare the LDS Children’s Songbook. — source

Beith Wolfram

1564 - 1624 Person Name: Beith Wolfram (1564-1624) Author of "Weihnachtslied" in Sammlung Kirchlicher Lieder


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