John Sylvester Fearis  (1867-1932)
Last updated: 27.04.22
According to the Internet source given below, John Sylvester Fearis was an American composer of sacred music born in Richland, Iowa..
He was a choir leader and gave singing classes. He was also editor of the Choir Leader, published by Lorenz Pub. Co., Dayton, Ohio, USA.
He died in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.
Websites:
url15.gif John Sylvester Fearis Brief biography by .hymntime.com  
     Title Attribution Instruments Source Remarks
           
pdf15.gif America, the Beautiful (1910) J.S. Fearis (music) Piano, Voice SheetMusic Point
pdf15.gif Autumn Lullaby (1911), An J.S. Fearis (music) Piano, Voice SheetMusic Point
pdf15.gif Beautiful Isle of Somewhere J.S. Fearis (music)
Jessie Brown Pounds (words)
Euterpean Quartette (perf.)
William McKinley (perf.)
Harriet Levinger (perf.)
Fannie Levinger (perf.)
Jeanette Bauhof (perf.)
Katherine Baehrens (perf.)
Piano, Voice Greer
pdf15.gif Beautiful Isle of Somewhere J.S. Fearis (music)
Jessie Brown Pounds (words)
Piano, Voice YorkSpace Pub.
pdf15.gif Beautiful Isle of Somewhere (1897) J.S. Fearis (music)
Jessie Brown Pounds (words)
Euterpean Quartette (perf.)
William McKinley (perf.)
Harriet Levinger (perf.)
Fannie Levinger (perf.)
Jeanette Bauhof (perf.)
Katherine Baehrens (perf.)
Piano, Voice IMSLP Pub.
pdf15.gif Blush Rose Waltz (1905) J.S. Fearis (music) Piano IMSLP
pdf15.gif March of the Teddy Bears (n.d.) J.S. Fearis (music) Piano IMSLP Pub.
pdf15.gif Purple Pansies (1904) J.S. Fearis (music) Piano IMSLP Pub.
pdf15.gif Sacred Song Medley (1906) J.S. Fearis (music) Piano IMSLP Pub.
pdf15.gif Snow Man (1906), The J.S. Fearis (music) Piano IMSLP Pub.
pdf15.gif Some Day We'll Understand (1903) J.S. Fearis (music) Piano, Voice SheetMusic Point
pdf15.gif Teach Me to Pray (1910) J.S. Fearis (music) Piano, Voice SheetMusic Point Pub.
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 36 works by John Sylvester Fearis (1867-1932). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: ER pdf15.gif
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
Beautiful Isle of Somewhere 1897 Jessie Brown Pounds (words)
Euterpean Quartette (perf.)
William McKinley (perf.)
Harriet Levinger (perf.)
Fannie Levinger (perf.)
Jeanette Bauhof (perf.)
Katherine Baehrens (perf.)
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There's Light For a Step 1898 Jessie B. Pounds (words)
In the Cleft of the Rock 1900 Lizzie DeArmond (words)  Pub.
Songs in the Night 1900 Nellie A. Montgomery (words)  Pub.
Be Thou Exalted 1901 Fanny Crosby (words)  wvicon.gif
Kinshasa 1902 Harriet H. Pierson (words)  Pub.
Little Raindrops 1902 Laura M. Winslow (words)  Pub.
God May Call For You 1903 Lanta W. Smith (words)
Some Day We'll Understand 1903  Pub.
Flag Day March 1904 J.S. Fearis (words)  wvicon.gif
In Dreamland 1904  Pub.
Purple Pansies 1904  Pub.
Blush Rose Waltz 1905  Pub.
Moonlight on the Lake 1905  Pub.
Promise Made to Mother, The 1905 Ina D. Ogdon (words)  Pub.
Red Geranium 1905  Pub.
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
Sabbath Echoes 1905  wvicon.gif
Some Other Day 1905 Mrs. Rene Bronner (words)  Pub.
By the Fireside 1906  Pub.
Jolly Jack Frost 1906  Pub.
Medley of Sacred Song 1906  Pub.
Sacred Song Medley 1906  Pub.
Skaters, The 1906  Pub.
Snow Man, The 1906  Pub.
Throwing Snowballs 1906  Pub.
Waltz of the Snowflakes 1906  Pub.
Dance of the Teddy Bears 1907  Pub.
God Is Love 1908 Anne H. Wood­ruff (words)  wvicon.gif
Someone Will Climb 1908 William Crowle (words)  Pub.
America, the Beautiful 1910
Teach Me to Pray 1910  Pub.
Autumn Lullaby, An 1911
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
Little Sir Echo 1917 Laura R. Smith (words)  wvicon.gif
Show Me the Way, My Shepherd ?
Wherever He Leads Me I'll Go ?
March of the Teddy Bears n.d.  wvicon.gif