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Die Blume verwelkt

Author: Johann Christian Wagner

Wagner, Johann Christian, born on June 23, 1747, at Possneck, near Saalfeld, Sachse-Meiningen; and died as Consistorialrath, Geheimrath, and first Vice-president of the Saxon administration at Hildburghausen, July 14, 1825 (Koch, vi. 260, &c). Many of his hymns are founded on, or are imitations of, earlier hymns. They appeared (91, including recasts), in the Neues Hildburg-haüsisches Gesang-Buch of 1807, edited by himself. Two have passed into Euglish, viz., "Ich bin erlost" (p. 153, i.), and "Vom Himmel kommt" (p. 1228, i.) [Rev. James Mearns, M.A.] --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Da lächelt nun wieder der Himmel so blau
Title: Die Blume verwelkt
Author: Johann Christian Wagner
Language: German
Copyright: Public Domain

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Instances (1 - 6 of 6)

349 Lieder fuer Schule und Haus in den Vereinigsten Staaten #d27

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Deutsches Liederbuch #294

Kleiner Liederschatz fuer Jung und Alt #d10

Psalterlust fuer die Christliche Jugend #d30

Psalterlust fuer die Christliche Jugend. Rev. #ad30

Schulharfe mit bezifferten Noten fuer Sonntags und Wochenschulen #d14

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