[Ho! everyone that is thirsty in spirit]

[Ho! everyone that is thirsty in spirit]

Composer: Lucy J. Rider
Published in 17 hymnals

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Composer: Lucy J. Rider

Lucy Jane Rider Meyer MD USA 1849-1922. Born at New Haven, VT, she became an author, social worker, teacher, and physician. She attended the New Hampton Literary Institution (a college prep school) and the Upham Theological Seminary. She also went to Oberlin College, graduating in 1872 with her degree in literary studies. In 1873 she entered the Women’s Medical College of PA, but withdrew after two years. She intended to become a Methodist medical missionary, but changed her mind after her then-fiance died in 1875. She did not get her medical degree until 1887, when she obtained it from the Women’s Medical College of Chicago. In 1884 she taught Bible at the Dwight L Moody Young Ladies Seminary, Northfield, MA. In 1885 she met a… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [Ho! everyone that is thirsty in spirit]
Composer: Lucy J. Rider
Meter: 11 10 11 10/Coro
Incipit: 33332 11765 13333
Key: A Major/G Major or modal
Copyright: Public Domain;arreg. 1958, ren. 1986 Lillenas Publishing Co.


Piano Solo

  • Songs of Assurance: Arrangements for the Advanced Pianist
    Composer/Editor Chuck Sinclair
    Published By: Lillenas Publishing Company (1995) pp. 16

Voices: Keyboard and Two Voices

  • The Sunday Worship Duet Book: Hymns, Classis, and Songs of Praise
    Composer/Editor Tom Fettke
    Published By: Lillenas Publishing Company (1993) pp. 122


The Cyber Hymnal #2496
Text: Ho, Every One That Is Thirsty!
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Instances (1 - 6 of 6)

Celebremos Su Gloria #318


Small Church Music #4867

Page Scan

Soul-stirring Songs and Hymns (Rev. ed.) #337


The Celebration Hymnal #720

The Christian Life Hymnal #226


The Cyber Hymnal #2496

Include 11 pre-1979 instances
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