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Lexicon Music, Inc.



Lexicon Music, Inc. was US music publishing company, affiliated to ASCAP. Also often credited as Record Company and Copyright holder.

For publishing, please consider Lexicon Music (2), Lexicon Music (UK), Lexicon Music Corp., Lexicon Crouch Music, if so credited.

It was founded in 1966 by Ralph Carmichael as a joint venture with the Waco, Texas-based label Word (parent company: Word Records, Inc.).

In 1966, Carmichael made a proposal to Word’s Jarrell McCracken to partner with him in a joint venture to create a new contemporary Christian label and a music publishing company. McCracken accepted the idea, and Light Records and Lexicon Music, Inc. were born. Carmichael, who lives in Southern California, would provide the music; Lexicon Music, Inc. and Word Records, Inc. in Waco, Texas, the publishing and distribution.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

"The New Twenty Third", 1969

 Item — Box 2: Series Vocal_sheet_music_001, Folder: N, Object: 7
Identifier: Vocal_sheet_music_001