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Julius Carl Reinhold Sturm

Julius Carl Reinhold Sturm
Short Name: Julius Carl Reinhold Sturm
Full Name: Sturm, Julius Carl Reinhold, 1816-1896
Birth Year: 1816
Death Year: 1896

Sturm, Julius Carl Reinhold, was born July 21, 1816, at Köstritz, in the principality of Reuss (younger line). After being a student of theology at Jena, from 1837 to 1841, he was for two years a private tutor at Heilbronn on the Neckar, and then, for a year, at Friesen, in Saxony. In 1845 he became tutor to Prince Heinrich xiv. of Reuss; and after the Prince's confirmation, in 1848, acted as tutor to him for three years more at the Gymnasium in Meiningen. He was then appointed pastor at Göschitz, near Schleiz, in the end of 1850; and pastor at Köstritz, in 1858, where he still (1889) lives as Kirchenrath and Court preacher (Koch, vii. 284; ms. from the author, &c). Sturm is one of the most important of modern German sacred poets. Among his works of this nature may be mentioned:—
(1) Gedichte, Leipzig, 1850; 3rd ed., 1862. (2) Fromme Lieder, Leipzig, 1852; 6th ed., 1867. (3) Zwei Rosen, oder das holte Lied der Liebe, Leipzig, 1854: a version of Canticles. (4) Neue fromme Lieder und Gedichte, Leipzig, 1858; 2nd ed., 1870. (5) Israel's Weg zur Herrlichkeit, Erlangen, 1858; 2nd ed., as Israelitische Lieder, Halle, 1867. (6) Von der Pilgerfahrt, Halle, 1868. (7) Gott grüsse dich. Religiöse Gedichte, Leipzig, 1876. (8) Aufwärtz, Leipzig, 1881. (9) Ich bau auf Gott. Neue religiöse Gedichte, Bremen, 1883. (10) Palme und Krone, Bremen, 1888.
From these works a large number of pieces have passed into recent collections of German sacred poetry, and a few into recent German official hymnbooks. A considerable number have been translation by Lady John Manners, the Rev. J. Kelly, and others, but none have passed into English hymnbooks. [Rev. James Mearns, M.A.]

-- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)


Texts by Julius Carl Reinhold Sturm (29)sort descendingAsInstances
Be still in GodJulius Sturm (Author)2
Beneath the shadeJulius Strum (Author)2
Die Vöglein regen ihre SchwingenJulius Sturm (Author)2
Du bist das Licht von Gott gesendetJulius Sturm (Author)2
Du wanderst in die Welt hinaus auf dir nochJul Sturm (Author)2
Ein's h'tten wir von Herzen gernJulius Sturm (Author)4
Empor die Herzen, die ihr bangt in RettenJulius Sturm (Author)3
Es schl'gt das SchrekkenswortJulius Sturm (Author)2
God greet you all, God greet you all, No other wishJulius Sturm (Author)2
Gott gruesse dich [euch], Gott gruesse dich [euch]Julius Sturm (Author)4
Gott, mein Gott, du bist die LiebeJulius Sturm (Author)3
Heart leave your worried careJulius Sturm, 1816-1896 (Author)2
Heil'ger Geist, du Licht aus GottJulius Sturm (Author)2
Herr Jesu, Licht von Gott gesendetJulius Sturm (Author)2
Herz, lass deinen Heiland sorgenJulius Sturm (Author)4
Herz, mein Herz, nicht in der WeiteJ. Sturm (Author)2
Ihr Muehsel'gen und Belad'nenJulius Sturm (Author)2
Jesus liebt mich, voll ErbarmenJulius Sturm (Author)3
Kannst du gleich der Sonne nichtJ. Sturm (Author)2
Koenig, der dein Reich du mehrestJul. Sturm, P., 1816-1896 (Author)2
Nun geh' uns auf du MorgensternJulius Carl Reinhold Sturm (Author)2
Nur in der liebe erblüht das GlückJul. Sturm (Author)2
O welch ein Ruf, Kommt alle her zu mirJulius Sturm (Author)2
Pain's furnace heat within me quiversJulius Sturm (Author)6
Selge Stunde! frohe Kunde hat ein Engel uns gebrachtJ. Sturm (Author)2
Take Christ on board thy little shipJulius Sturm (Author)4
Vater, hoer auf mein GebetJulius Sturm (Author)3
Were the Lord to ask thee nowJulius Sturm (Author)4
Wie sollt' ich dich nicht liebenJulius Sturm (Author)3
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