Audio Recording Hymns of praise, no. 1 Oh come, all ye faithful ; Lead, kindly light ; Rock of ages ; Holy, holy, holy ; Onward Christian soldiers / Hymns of praise, no. 1

Hymns of praise, no. 1

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Hymns of praise, no. 1
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Oh come, all ye faithful ; Lead, kindly light ; Rock of ages ; Holy, holy, holy ; Onward Christian soldiers
Hymns of praise, no. 1
Vocal chorus and soloists, with orchestra
Contributor Names
Hopkins, E. J.: composer
Pasternack, Josef: conductor
Reading, John: composer
Hastings, Thomas: composer
Baker, Elsie: vocalist, contralto
Dykes, John Bacchus: composer
Murphy, Lambert: vocalist, tenor vocal
Rice, Gladys: vocalist, soprano vocal
Harrison, Charles: vocalist, tenor vocal
Croxton, Frank: vocalist, bass vocal
Sullivan, Arthur: composer
Rogers, Walter B. : conductor
Victor Mixed Chorus: Vocal group
Wheeler, William: vocalist, tenor vocal
Macdonough, Harry: vocalist, tenor vocal
Glenn, Wilfred: vocalist, bass vocal
Werrenrath, Reinald: vocalist, baritone vocal
Marsh, Lucy Isabelle: vocalist, soprano vocal
Kline, Olive: vocalist, soprano vocal
Dunlap, Marguerite: vocalist, contralto
Wheeler, Elizabeth: vocalist, soprano vocal
Source of original recording: Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.
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Inclusion of the recording in the National Jukebox, courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment
Online Format
Baker, Elsie, performing. Murphy, Lambert, performing. Rice, Gladys, performing. Harrison, Charles, performing. Croxton, Frank, performing. Victor Mixed Chorus, performing. Wheeler, William, performing. Macdonough, Harry, performing. Glenn, Wilfred, performing. Werrenrath, Reinald, performing. Marsh, Lucy Isabelle, performing. Kline, Olive, performing. Dunlap, Marguerite, performing. Wheeler, Elizabeth, performing. Victor 35519. Matrix/Take: C-16756/1.
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Chicago citation style:

Hopkins, E. J.: Composer, Josef: Conductor Pasternack, John: Composer Reading, Thomas: Composer Hastings, Elsie: Vocalist Baker, John Bacchus: Composer Dykes, Lambert: Vocalist Murphy, et al. Hymns of Praise, No. 1. 1915. Audio.

APA citation style:

Hopkins, E. J.:. C., Pasternack, J. C., Reading, J. C., Hastings, T. C., Baker, E. V., Dykes, J. B. C. [...] Wheeler, E. V. (1915) Hymns of Praise, No. 1. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

MLA citation style:

Hopkins, E. J.: Composer, et al. Hymns of Praise, No. 1. 1915. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>.

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