Stephen J. Eisele

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Born: 14 February 1932



Mr. Stephen J. Eisele has studied music since he was 11 years old, continuing studies in college and then in the U.S. Army Band school. He has also composed 2 other pieces: a Russian "Our Father" and "New Life" which were broadcast into Communist Russia in 1983 and 1985 through Vatican City and four other organizations. Concordia published one of his Christmas carols which ran for 18 years. Eisele has also directed church and civic choruses for 42 years in California. He has entertained at 53 convalescent homes for 27 years with variety shows which included piano, voice, harmonica, and flute (background tapes for voice, harmonica, and flute were used). The majority of his performances were free.

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