CHAS. K. LANGLEY

Charles King Langley (1852-1904) was born in Marysville, Ohio. The family moved to Chariton County, Missouri, when he was young. He became active as a music teacher and composer in the region, but died of typhoid fever in Stuttgart, Arkansas. His compositions were hymns and secular songs. With R. H. Randall, he published “Bethel chimes: a collection of new songs for the Sabbath school, church, and home.”

All are mixed chorus unless noted; some contain divisi.

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Coasting

 
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The Merry Heart

 
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The Sweet South-Wind

 
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When the Nightfall Cometh On

 
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