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Bridegroom of my soul, Lamb of God

Bridegroom of my soul, Lamb of God

Author: Adam Drese
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Adam Drese

Drese, Adam, was born in Dec. 1620, in Thuringia, probably at Weimar. He was at first musician at the court of Duke Wilhelm, of Sachse-Weimar; and after being sent by the Duke for further training under Marco Sacchi at Warsaw, was appointed his Kapellmeister in 1655. On the Duke's death in 1662, his son, Duke/Bernhard, took Drese with him to Jena, appointed him his secretary, and, in 1672, Town Mayor. After Duke Bernhard's death, in 1678, Drese remained in Jena till 1683, when he was appointed Kapellmeister at Arnstadt to Prince Anton G√ľnther, of Schwarzburg-Sondershausen. He died at Arnstadt, Feb. 15, 1701 (Koch, iv. 270-274; Allg. Deutsche Biog., v. 397; Wetzel, i. 1934, and A. H. , vol. i., pt. iv., pp. 28-30). In 1680, the reading o… Go to person page >

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First Line: Bridegroom of my soul, Lamb of God
Author: Adam Drese
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Selah Song Book (Das Sela Gesangbuch) #d73

The Selah Song Book. Word ed. #d38

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