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Christian Ignatius LaTrobe

Christian Ignatius LaTrobe
Short Name: Christian Ignatius LaTrobe
Full Name: LaTrobe, Christian Ignatius, 1758-1836
Birth Year: 1758
Death Year: 1836

Born: February 12, 1758, Fulneck (near Leeds), Yorkshire, England.
Died: May 6, 1836, Liverpool, England.

La Trobe, Christian Ignatius, eldest son of Benjamin La Trobe, was born at the Moravian Settlement, Fulneck, Leeds, Yorkshire, Feb. 12, 1758, and educated in England and at the Brethren's College, Niesky, Silesia. Taking orders in the Moravian Church, he became in 1784 Secretary to their Society for the Furtherance of the Gospel, and in 1795 Secretary to the Unity of the Brethren in England. He died at Fairfield, near Liverpool, May 6, 1836. He is best known through his Selection of Sacred Music, in six volumes, which appeared in 1806-25. His hymnological contributions consist of a few translations from the German. [George Arthur Crawford, M.A.]

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

Wikipedia Biography

Christian Ignatius Latrobe was an English clergyman of the Moravian Church, as well as an artist, musician and composer. He created a large number of works for, and most famously edited, a Selection of Sacred Music in six volumes between 1806 and 1826, introducing the sacred music of Haydn, Mozart and Pergolesi to English audiences.

Texts by Christian Ignatius LaTrobe (19)sort descendingAsInstances
As long as Jesus Lord remainsChristian Ignatius La Trobe, 1758-1836 (Recast)2
For our transgressions thou wast woundedRev. Christian Ignatius LaTrobe, 1758-1836 (Author)6
How great the bliss to be a sheep of JesusC. I. LaTrobe (Author)7
In this sepulchral EdenChristian I. LaTrobe (Author)6
Let not your heart be faintChristian Ignatius LaTrobe (Author)8
Lord of life, now sweetly slumberRev. Christian Ignatius LaTrobe, 1758-1836 (Author)6
Man of sorrows and acquaintedC. I. LaTrobe (Author)1
Met around the sacred tombChristian Ignatius LaTrobe (Author)7
Resting in the silent graveChristian Ignatius LaTrobe (Author)4
Savior of Thy chosen raceChristian Ignatius La Trobe, 1758-1836 (Author)2
See Jesus seated midst his ownChristian Ignatius LaTrobe (Author)4
Sing praises unto God on highChristian Ignatius LaTrobe (Author)5
Sing with awe in strains harmoniousChristian Ignatius LaTrobe (Author)6
'Tis finished now, Redemption's finished nowChristian Ignatius LaTrobe (Author)4
To avert from men God's wrathChristian Ignatius LaTrobe (Author)8
Truly that eventful dayC. I. LaTrobe (Author)4
Weep, Zion, weep, in death's deep sleepChr. I. LaTrobe (Author)2
What happiness, What joy and happinessC. I. La Trobe (Author)1
What shall I feel, when IC. I. LaTrobe (Author)1

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