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Thread #7003   Message #2130805
Posted By: Q (Frank Staplin)
21-Aug-07 - 10:24 PM
Thread Name: Origins: When the Saints Go Marching In
Subject: RE: Origins: When the Saints Go Marching In
A version in "Songs That tell a Story, no. 2, Arlen and Jackie Vaden, The Southern Gospel Singers, nd. Published by Albert E. Brumley and Sons, Powell, MO.

No. 30. WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN

1.
When the sun refuses to shine (2x)
Dear Lord I want to be in that number
When the sun refuses to shine.
2.
When the moon turns into blood (2x)
etc.
3.
When we crown Him King of Kings (2x)
etc.
4.
When they gather 'round the throne (2x)
etc.
5.
While the happy ages roll, (2x)
etc.

"Owned by R. E. Winsett, Arr. R. E. Winsett, Anon & R. E. W." I haven't found the date of this arrangement.

Robert Emmett Winsett, 1876-1952, from Tennessee. Started publishing gospel songbooks in 1903. "Pentacostal Power," 1907, appealed to the Church of God members in the mountains of North Carolina. He composed about 1000 gospel songs according to the Cyberhymnal: http://www.cyberhymnan.org/bio/w/i/n/winsett_re.htm

Winsett Publishers have published some 60 different songbooks; some 10 million copies sold.