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Georg Werner

1589 - 1643 Person Name: G. Werner Author of "Lord Jesus, who, our souls to save" in Chorale Book for England, The Werner, Georg, born March 22, 1589, at Preussisch-Holland, near Elbing, Prussia. In 1614 he became a master in the Löbenicht school at Königsberg, and in 1616 rector of the school at Preussisch-Holland. He was then appointed, in 1621, diaconus of the Löbenicht church at Königsberg. He died at Königsberg, July 15, 1643 (Koch, iii., 206, v. 659; Goedeke's Grundriss, vol. iii., 1887, p. 134, &c). He edited the Königsberg Gesang-Buch of 1643 (earliest copy now extant has title dated 1650, and preface dated 1643), to which he contributed a number of hymns. He also contributed to B. Derschau's Gesang-Buch, 1639 (p. 1248, ii.). His Psalm versions are noted under Psalters, German. The only hymn by him which has passed into English is a translation from the Latin, and is noted at p. 1187, i. [Rev. James Mearns] --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)

Georg Werner

1607 - 1671 Author of "Freut euch, ihr Christen alle, Gott schenkt uns seinen Sohn"

Heinrich Werner

1800 - 1833 Person Name: H. Werner Author of "Once I Saw a Rose"

Jean-Jacques Werner

Composer of "WERNER" in Les Chants du Pèlerin

Johann Gottlob Werner

1777 - 1822 Person Name: John Gottlob Werner Composer of "" in Hymnal b. Oct. 4, 1777, Hayn be Borna, Sachsen, d. July 19, 1822, Chemnitz; German organist, teacher and composer

Maude Werner

Author of "Jesus is the Children's King"

Roy J. Werner

Author of "Bear the Cross"

Theodor Werner

1892 - 1973 Translator of "Herr, bleib bei mir, der Abend bricht herein"

Philip Wernher

Author of "Nun hat das sonnenlicht den lieben tag"

R. L. Werry

Author of "A Voice I Hear"


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