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Jacob Weinberg

Composer of "[Once more, O Lord, do I awaken]" in Union Hymnal, Songs and Prayers for Jewish Worship. 3rd ed. Revised and enlarged.

Carl Wonnberger

1861 - 1939 Person Name: C. Wonnberger Composer of "HALLELUJAH, JESUS LIVES (Hallelujah, Jesus lebt)" in Evangelical Lutheran hymnal Karl Rudolf Michael „Charles“ Weinberger

Lazar Weiner

1897 - 1982 Person Name: L. Weiner Composer of "[Mi chamocha baeilim Adonai?]" in [Shaʻare shirah] = Gates of Song

George Weinflash

Person Name: G. Weinflash Arranger of "[Meial pisgat har hatzofim]" in [Shaʻare shirah] = Gates of Song

W. Weingand

Composer of "[Wenn Sorg' u. Gram dein Herz erfüllt]" in Gesangbuch mit Noten

Sigismund Weingärtner

Person Name: Weingärtner Author of "In God, my faithful God" in Chorale Book for England, The Weingärtner, Sigismund. Very little is known of this author. His name appears as "Sigismund Weingart" in the Index of Authors prefixed to the 766 Geistliche Psalmen, &c, published at Nürnberg in 1607, but no biographical particulars are there given. He is generally said to have been a preacher in or near Heilbronn. But Koch, ii. 300, says that no preacher of that name ever held office in or near Heilbronn on the Neckar; and conjectures that he may have been of Heilsbronn in Bavaria. As to Heilsbronn, Dr. Zahn, now of Neuendettelsau in Bavaria, informs me that there was no preacher of that name near Heilsbronn, and that he has been unable anywhere to trace this writer. Goedeke, in his Grundriss, vol. ii., 1884, p. 198, says, "he seems to have been of Basel," but for this also there is no clear evidence. In the 1607 work as above, the Index of First Lines reads thus:— "S. W. Auff Jesum Christum steht all mein Thun, 765." "Auff meinen Heben Gott, traw ich, 836." The latter has been translated into English, viz.:— Auf meinen lieben Gott. Trust in God. Included, 1607, as above, in 5 stanzas of 6 lines, entitled, "Another beautiful hymn"; but, as will be seen above, no initials are attached to it in the 1607 index of First Lines. The translations in common use are:— 1. On God in all my woes. This is a good translation of stanzas i.-iv. of the 1607, by A. T. Russell, as No. 231 in his Psalms & Hymns, 1851. 2. In God my faithful God. This is a good and full tr. from the 1607, by Miss Winkworth, in her Chorale Book for England, 1863, No. 147, slightly altered in her Christian Singers, 1869, p. 156. Repeated, omitting stanza iv., in the Ohio Lutheran Hymnal, 18S0. Other translations are:— (1) “In God the Lord most just," by J. C. Jacobi, 1722, p. 82; repeated in the Moravian Hymn Book 1754, pt. i., No. 474. (2) "I trust my blessed God," by V. L. Frothingham, 1870, p. 219. [Rev. James Mearns, M.A.] -- Excerpts from John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

Mrs. M. M. Weinland

1819 - 1899 Author of "Waiting Till Jesus Comes"

Hermann I. Weinlick

b. 1937 Person Name: Hermann I. Weinlick Author of "O God of unrelenting grace"

Morton Weinod

Composer of "[Our morning sun now out of mind]" in Melodies of Grace and Truth

Louis Weinstein

Editor of "" in New Jewish Hymnal for Religious Schools and Junior Congregations. 8th ed.


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