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Auf, Seele, Gott zu loben! gar herrlich steht sein Haus

Author: Martha Müller-Zitzke

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Text Information

First Line: Auf, Seele, Gott zu loben! gar herrlich steht sein Haus
Author: Martha Müller-Zitzke (1947)
Language: German
Publication Date: 2001
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 2001.

Tune

WIE LIEBLICH IST DER MAIEN

This tune was originally a love song composed in 1575 by Johann Steurlein (b. Schmalkalden, Thuringia, Germany, 1546; d. Meiningen, Germany, 1613) as a setting of "Mit Lieb bin ich umfangen." Steurlein studied law at the University of Wittenberg. From 1569 to 1589 he lived in Wasungen near Meiningen…

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