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Nicholas Temperley

(b Gloucester, Dec 13, 1770; d Holmer, nr Hereford, Feb 22, 1836). English organist and composer. He was the son of John Clarke of Malmesbury, Wiltshire (d. 1802) and Amphillis Whitfeld (d. 1813). He studied music at Oxford (against his family's wishes) under Philip Hayes. He was organist at Ludlow parish church, ...

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(b 1815; d 1907). American Moravian composer. See Moravians, music of the, §3.

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(b Orwigsburg, PA, May 7, 1839; d Chicago, 1929). American writer and composer of gospel hymns. He was the author of the Salvation Army hymn Are You Washed in the Blood of the Lamb? See Gospel music, §I, 1, (ii).

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(b 1823; d 1901). American composer. See Moravians, music of the, §3.

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(b Wheaton, IL, Feb 2, 1892; d Honolulu, Oct 3, 1987). American radio evangelist and composer of gospel choruses. See Gospel music, §I, 1, (v).

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( b 1762; d 1821). American Moravian violinist and composer . See Moravians, music of the, §3 .

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(fl Knoxville, TN, 1848). American tune book compiler and composer, probably identifiable with William H. Swan jr, the father of Marcus Lafayette Swan.

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(b 1762; d 1844). American composer . See Moravians, music of the, §3.

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(b 1751; d 1831). American Moravian composer. See Moravians, music of the, §3.

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(b 1792; d 1871). American Moravian composer, and editor of the first Moravian tunebook published in America. See Moravians, music of the, §3.