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*[[What Are They Doing in Heaven? (Charles Albert Tindley)|I am thinking of friends]]
 
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*[[Heaven's Christmas Tree (Charles Albert Tindley)|I have heard of a tree]]
 
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*[[Joyous Anticipation (Charles Albert Tindley)|I'm on way way to heaven above]]
 
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*[[It May Be the Best for Me (Charles Albert Tindley)|I often wonder why it is]]
 
*[[It May Be the Best for Me (Charles Albert Tindley)|I often wonder why it is]]
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*[[Someone is Waiting for Me (Charles Albert Tindley)|It may be a brother with whom I did play]]
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*[[Today (Charles Albert Tindley)|I've wandered in the darkness long enough]]
 
*[[He'll Take You Through (Charles Albert Tindley)|Lifetime is like a single day]]
 
*[[He'll Take You Through (Charles Albert Tindley)|Lifetime is like a single day]]
 
*[[Spiritual Springtime (Charles Albert Tindley)|Like the action of the ground]]
 
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*[[Nothing Between (Charles Albert Tindley)|Nothing between my soul and the Savior]]
 
*[[I'm Going There (Charles Albert Tindley)|Since I began to serve the Lord]]
 
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*[[After a While (Charles Albert Tindley)|The world of forms and changes]]
 
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*[[Will You Be There? (Charles Albert Tindley)|There is a land that is free from tears]]
 
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*[[I'll Overcome Some Day (Charles Albert Tindley)|This world is one great battlefield]]
 
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*[[In Me (Charles Albert Tindley)|Thou, O Christ, my Lord and King]]
 
*[[We'll Understand It Better By and By (Charles Albert Tindley)|We are tossed and driven on the restless sea of time]]
 
*[[We'll Understand It Better By and By (Charles Albert Tindley)|We are tossed and driven on the restless sea of time]]
 
*[[I'll Be Satisfied (Charles Albert Tindley)|What if all the world was offered unto me]]
 
*[[I'll Be Satisfied (Charles Albert Tindley)|What if all the world was offered unto me]]

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Charles A. Tindley

Life

Born: 7 July 1851 in Berlin, Maryland

Died: 26 July 1933 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Biography

American Methodist minister, gospel music composer and hymn writer. Born to Charles and Esther Miller Tindley; his mother died when he was two, then raised by his father. Largely self-educated, but his knowledge of the Bible and preaching given high praise by many. Joined Phildelphia's Bainbridge Street Methodist Church in 1880, serving as a janitor – but in 1902 assigned to the same church as their pastor. The church moved to a larger site in 1906 and renamed East Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church (now Tindley Temple United Methodist ChurchLink to the English Wikipedia article). It grew greatly under his leadership, eventually becoming a multiracial congregation of over 10,000. Tindley wrote over 40 hymns, many still in use today. A few gospel hymns in Tindley's books were composed by his sons, Charles A. Tindley, Jr. and Frederick J. Tindley.

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List of choral works

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B. Listed by first line

Arrangements by Charles Albert Tindley

Settings of text by Charles Albert Tindley

 
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Publications

  • 1905 – Soul Echoes, with George Lincoln Blackwell and Josiah Samuel Caldwell, second edition 1909
  • 1916 – New Songs of Paradise, further editions in 1919, 1921, 1923, 1934, and 1941

References

  • Kimbrough, S. T. Jr. and Carlton R. Young. 2006. Beams of Heaven: Hymns of Charles Albert Tindley. New York: General Board of Global Ministries, United Methodist Church.
  • Abbington, James. 2006. Introduction. In Beams of Heaven: Hymns of Charles Albert Tindley. Reprinted in Abbington, James. 2009. Let the Church Sing On! Chicago: GIA Publications, pp. 47-57.

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