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Dein König kommt in niedern Hüllen, sanftmütig

Dein König kommt in niedern Hüllen, sanftmütig

Author: Friedrich Rueckert
Tune: [Dein König kommt in niedern Hüllen, sanftmütig]
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Author: Friedrich Rueckert

Rückert, Friedrieh, son of Johann Michael Rückert, advocate at Schweinfurt, in Bavaria, was born at Schweinfurt, May 16, 1788. He matriculated at the University of Würzburg Nov. 9, 1805 (where he became a great friend of Baron von Stockmar of Coburg), and finished his course there in the spring of 1809. He graduated PH. D. at Göttingen in 1810, and on March 30, 1811, began to lecture at Jena as a privatdocent in philology, but left April 16, 1812. On Nov. 2, 1812, he was appointed Professor of the Gymnasium at Hanau, but resigned before entering on his duties, and left Hanau Jan. 21, 1813. He was then for some time living at Würzburg as a man of letters, thereafter at Bettenburg near Hassfurt, &c. In Dec. 1815 he began work at… Go to person page >

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First Line: Dein König kommt in niedern Hüllen, sanftmütig
Author: Friedrich Rueckert
Language: German
Copyright: Public Domain

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