Piano part from We Three Kings of Orient Are (HOPKINS) Epiphany carol for SATB choir or Unison voices with C-Instrument (e.g., Oboe) Descant and Piano accompaniment

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John Henry Hopkins, Jr., was an American clergyman and hymnist, most famous for composing the well-known Epiphany carol, "We Three Kings of Orient Are." Hopkins was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the son of an Episcopal bishop. He received undergraduate and graduate degress from the University of Vermont. After a brief stint as a journalist, he matriculated at General Theological Seminary in New York City (the oldest Episcopal seminary in the U.S.); upon graduation he became a deacon, author, illustrator, and designer. He also served as the Seminary’s first music teacher, from 1855-1857. He wrote words and music to his most famous hymn, "We Three Kings", as part of a Christmas pageant for his nieces and nephews. His nephew, John Henry Hopkins III, is credited with the music for "I Sing a Song of the Saints of God", a popular children’s hymn in the Episcopal Church. Hopkins served as rector of Christ Episcopal Church in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. He delivered the eulogy at the funeral of President Ulysses S Grant. He died in Hudson, New York, where he was buried next to his father at Bishop’s House, Rock Point, Burlington, Vermont.


Composer
John H. Hopkins, Jr.
Duration
2 minutes
Genre
Other
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