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My Jesus, as thou wilt

Author: Sophie BraslauBenjamin SchmolckJoseph P HolbrookJane BorthwickJosef PasternackAll authors
Publisher: Camden, N.J. : Victrola, [1920]
Edition/Format:   Music : 78 rpm : Hymns : English
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Genre/Form: Excerpts, Arranged
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Sophie Braslau; Benjamin Schmolck; Joseph P Holbrook; Jane Borthwick; Josef Pasternack; Carl Maria von Weber
OCLC Number: 62469951
Notes: Hymn tune (Jewett) adapted by Joseph P. Holbrook from the overture to Weber's opera, Der Freischütz; hymn text by Benjamin Schmolck, originally in German (Mein Jesu, wie du willt!), translated into English by Jane Borthwick.
Recorded on one side only.
Performer(s): Sophie Braslau, contralto, with orchestra ; [Josef Pasternack, conductor].
Event notes: Recorded Dec. 23, 1919.
Description: 1 audio disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono. ; 10 in.
Responsibility: Borthwick ; Weber.

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