John Zundel (December 10, 1815 – May 21, 1882) was an organist, composer, arranger, and pedagogue. Zundel was perhaps best known for his hymn BEECHER, widely used in American hymnals with "Love Divine" by Charles Wesley.

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  • John Zundel (December 10, 1815 – May 21, 1882) was an organist, composer, arranger, and pedagogue. Zundel was perhaps best known for his hymn BEECHER, widely used in American hymnals with "Love Divine" by Charles Wesley. (en)
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  • John Zundel (December 10, 1815 – May 21, 1882) was an organist, composer, arranger, and pedagogue. Zundel was perhaps best known for his hymn BEECHER, widely used in American hymnals with "Love Divine" by Charles Wesley. (en)
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