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Buszin, Walter Edwin

(December 4, 1899–July 2, 1973). B. Milwaukee, Wisconsin Educ. Conc. Sem., St. Louis, Missouri Studied at Am. Conservatory of Music, Chicago, Illinois; Northwestern U. School of Music, Evanston, Illinois; Columbia U. and Union Theol. Sem., NYC; Chicago U. Divinity School. Taught at Conc. Sem., Springfield, Illinois, 1925–27. Prof. Bethany Lutheran Coll. Mankato, Minnesota, 1929–35; Conc. Coll., Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1937–46 (high school dept. 1937–39). Ordained by Mo. Syn. 1946. Prof. Conc. Teachers Coll., River Forest, Illinois, 1946–47; Conc. Sem., St. Louis, 1947–66. After retirement, music librarian Boys Town, Omaha, Nebraska Cantors at the Crossroads, ed. J. Riedel (St. Louis, 1967) was pub. in his honor. Ed. Response in Worship-Music-the Arts. Prepared and compiled God's Own Sacrifice Complete: An Order of Meditation and Worship based on the Seven Words of Jesus Christ on the Cross and intended chiefly for use in a Tre Ore Service conducted in Christian Churches on Good Friday; ed. The Introits for the Church Year and coed. The Graduals for the Church Year, both in The Concordia Liturgical Series for Church Choirs. Other works include Lather on Music; The Doctrine of the Universal Priesthood and its Influence upon the Liturgies and Music of the Lutheran Church.

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