Contigo haz que yo quede

Author (stanza 1): Nicolaus Selnecker

Selnecker, Nicolaus, D.D., son of Georg Selnecker (Selneccer, Schellenecker, who was protonotarius to the Nürnberg magistracy, but lived at Hersbruck near Nürnberg) was born at Hersbruck Dec. 5, 1532. In 1536 he was removed to Nürnberg, and became during his school time, when only twelve years old, organist at the chapel in the Kaiserburg there. He went to the university of Wittenberg in 1550 (where he became a favourite pupil of Melanchthon), graduated M.A. on July 31, 1554, and subsequently lectured as a privat-docent, sometimes to 200 students. In the end of 1557 he was appointed second court preacher at Dresden, and tutor to the heir apparent Prince Alexander, having also to supervise the education of the choirboys of the royal chape… Go to person page >

Author (stanzas 2-3): Anonymous

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Translator: Victor Dorsch

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Text Information

First Line: Contigo haz que yo quede
German Title: Lass mch dein sein und bleiben
Author (stanza 1): Nicolaus Selnecker
Author (stanzas 2-3): Anonymous
Translator: Victor Dorsch
Meter: D
Language: Spanish


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