Carl Gustav Boberg

Born 16 August 1859. Died 17 January 1940
Carl Gustav Boberg
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1859-08-16
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Carl Gustav Boberg

Carl Gustav Boberg Biography (Wikipedia)

Carl Gustav Boberg (16 August 1859 – 7 January 1940) was a Swedish poet and elected official, best known for writing the Swedish language poem of "O Store Gud" (O great God) from which the English language hymn "How Great Thou Art" is derived.

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How Great Thou Art (feat. Stephen Hamill, St Colmcille's Choir, Grosvenor Choir & The Clare Chorale)
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How Great Thou Art (feat. Stephen Hamill, St Colmcille's Choir, Grosvenor Choir & The Clare Chorale)

How Great Thou Art (feat. Stephen Hamill, St Colmcille's Choir, Grosvenor Choir & The Clare Chorale)

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Congregation of St Colmcille's
Holymood
Conductor
Featured Artist
Stephen Hamill
St Colmcille's Choir
Grosvenor Choir
The Clare Chorale
Katherine Jenkins
How Great Thou Art
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How Great Thou Art

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Katherine Jenkins
Choirs and Congregation of the Big Sing
Big Sing Orchestra
Daniel Moult
Paul Leddington Wright
The Priests
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