Christian Cyclopedia

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Sullivan, Arthur Seymour

(1842–1900). Composer, organist, choirmaster; b. Lambeth, London, Eng.; studied music at Leipzig, Ger. Wrote light operas to the librettos of William Schwenck Gilbert (1836–1911), including H. M. S. Pinafore; The Pirates of Penzance; The Mikado; The Gondoliers. Other works include oratorios The Prodigal Son and The Light of the World; songs, including “The Lost Chord”; hymn tunes, including St. Gertrude (“Onward, Christian Soldiers”) and Heaven Is My Home (“I'm But a Stranger Here”).

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