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Da stehen wir, die Deinen, O treuer Gott

Da stehen wir, die Deinen, O treuer Gott

Author: Christian F.D. Schubart
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Author: Christian F.D. Schubart

Schubart, Christian Friedrich Daniel, son of Johann Jakob Schubart, schoolmaster and assistant clergyman at Obersontheim near Hall, in Württemberg (after 1740, at Aalen), was born at Obersontheim, March 26, 1739, and in 1758 entered the University of Erlangen as a student of theology. Thereafter he was for some time a private tutor at Königsbronn. In 1764 he was appointed organist and schoolmaster at Geisslingen, near Ulm. In 1768 he became organist and music-director at Ludwigsburg; but, in 1772, on account of misconduct, he was deprived of his office. After that, he led for some time a wandering life, and then settled down in Ulm, where he edited a political newspaper, entitled the Deutsche Chronik, with success. By his scurrilous attac… Go to person page >

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First Line: Da stehen wir, die Deinen, O treuer Gott
Author: Christian F.D. Schubart

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