George C. Hugg

George C. Hugg
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Short Name: George C. Hugg
Full Name: Hugg, George Crawford, 1848-1907
Birth Year: 1848
Death Year: 1907

Born: May 23, 1848, near Had­don­field, New Jer­sey.
Died: Oc­to­ber 13, 1907, Phil­a­del­phia, Penn­syl­van­ia.
Buried: Fern­wood Cem­e­te­ry, Phil­a­del­phia, Penn­syl­van­ia.

At age 12, Hugg be­came choir­mas­ter at the Pres­by­ter­i­an Church in Ber­lin, New Jer­sey. At 14, he pub­lished his first song, Walk in the Light, which be­came very pop­u­lar. He was a pro­lif­ic com­pos­er, with over 2,000 works, includ­ing 18 books of re­viv­al and Sun­day school mu­sic and 90 song serv­ices for spe­cial oc­ca­sions (Christ­mas, East­er, etc.).

Hugg al­so served as choir­mas­ter of the Tab­er­na­cle Pres­by­ter­i­an Church, and the Broad and Arch Street Meth­od­ist Epis­co­pal Church in Phil­a­del­phia, Penn­syl­van­ia. He was al­so close­ly con­nect­ed with the Har­per Me­mor­i­al Pres­by­ter­i­an Church in Phil­a­del­phia. His works in­clude:
Walk in the Light, cir­ca 1862
The Crown­ing Tri­umph, with F. L. Arm­strong (Phil­a­del­phia, Penn­syl­van­ia: F. A. North & Com­pa­ny, 1879)
Sunlight in Sac­red Song (Phil­a­del­phia, Penn­syl­van­ia: Will­iam H. Bon­er & Co., 1892)
Light in the Val­ley (Phil­a­del­phia, Penn­syl­van­ia: 1898)
Fairer Than Day (Phil­a­del­phia, Penn­syl­van­ia: 1903)

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Texts by George C. Hugg (51)sort iconAsInstances
A song of joy pervades the airGeo. C. Hugg (Author)3
Anywhere with Jesus says the Christian heartGeo. C. Hugg (Arranger)1
Carol, sweetly carol, The Savior rose todayG. C. H (Arranger)3
Christ is risen! Christ is risen! And hath conquered the graveG. C. H. (Author)1
Clad in the gospel armor, read to goGeo. C. Hugg (Author)3
Floating downward through the midnightGeorge C. Hugg (Author)7
Forward go and let the strainGeorge C. Hugg (Author)4
From the old grey tow'r, let the glad bells ringGeo. C. Hugg (Author)2
Hallelujah, hallelujah, lift the voiceGeorge C. Hugg (Author)2
Happy home coming of our KingGeorge C. Hugg (Author)6
Hark, I hear my Savior say Weary child, lean on meGeorge C. Hugg (Author)5
Holy, holy, holy, God of hostsGeorge C. Hugg (Author)1
How sweet the hour when man retiresG. C. H. (Alterer)2
I have read of a wonderful city Whose inhabitantsGeo. C. Hugg (Author)2
I will love thee, O my TreasureGeo. C. Hugg (Arranger)1
In the morn of morns when we all meet thereGeo. C. Hugg (Author)21
In the sunlight, bright and glowingGeo. C. Hugg (Author)3
List, the merry bells are ringingG. C. H. (Author)2
List, the sweetly chiming bellsGeo. C. Hugg (Author)2
Lord of hosts, we come adoringGeo. C. Hugg (Author)2
Lord, we come again with songs of gladnessGeo. C. Hugg (Author)3
Lowly entombed he layGeorge C. Hugg (Author)17
Make room for the Blessed PhysicianGeorge C. Hugg (Author)3
O, come to the living streamGeo. C. Hugg (Author)3
O my sweet home, JerusalemGeorge C. Hugg (Author)6
O what a promise God has givenGeo. C. Hugg (Author)2
On this bright and glorious morningGeo. C. Hugg (Author)2
Onward we come, Singing with gleeGeo. C. Hugg (Author)2
Over Jordan, over JordanGeo. C. Hugg (Author)2
Praise ye, Praise ye, Praise ye the Lord!Geo C. Hugg (Author)3
Put on, put on, the whole armor of GodGeo. C. Hugg (Author)3
Rejoice, rejoice, the mighty King has comeGeo. C. Hugg (Author)2
Ring, happy bells of ChristmasG. C. H. (Arranger)1
Ring, ring the bells, ring the sweet Easter bellsGeo. C. Hugg (Author)2
Safe on board the old ship ZionG. C. H. (Author)4
See the seal is rudely brokenGeo. C. Hugg (Author)2
Sing again to me of JesusG. C. H. (Author)2
Sing and rejoice all ye peopleGeo. C. Hugg (Author)4
Soft the evening bells are ringingGeorge C. Hugg (Author)3
Strong to redeem is the Lord who hath made meGeorge C. Hugg (Author)4
Sweet bells, ring on your Christmas songGeorge Hugg (Author)3
The birds on leafy bough singingGeorge C. Hugg (Author)2
The morning light shone faint and dimG. J. Webb (Author)5
The precious love of Jesus, It saveth even meGeorge C. Hugg (Author)3
There is a land far, from sorrow freeGeo. C. Hugg (Author)3
There is sunlight in my soul, blessed sunlightGeo. C. Hugg (Author)7
There's a great happy throng by the bright Jasper seaGeo. C. Hugg (Author)3
Wenn auf todesnacht einst der Morgen tagtGeorge C. Hugg (Author)1
When this poor heart is burdened with griefGeo. C. Hugg (Author)8
When we rise to greet the Master in the morningGeo. C. Hugg (Author)5
With song we celebrate the dayGeo. C. Hugg (Author)2

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