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Dostit' jest, dost

Dostit' jest, dost

Author: F. J. Burmeister
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: F. J. Burmeister

Burmeister, Franz Joachim, was a native of Lüneburg. He was ordained at Cello, May 4, 1670, and instituted as diaconus of St. Michael's Church, Luneburg, July 10, 1670. This post he held till his death at Luneburg, April 21, 1672. Ho was a friend of Rist, who crowned him as a poet in 1659, and in 1660 received him into his order of Elbe Swans. (Koch, iii. 448-450: Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie, iii. 628; manuscript from Seminarlehrer Bode, Lüneburg.) His hymns were mostly contributed to the musical works of J. R. Ahle of Muhlhausen, 14 being set to music and published by Ahle in 1662, at Muhlhausen, as Neue yeistliche auff diehohen Festtage durchs gantze Jahr gerichtete Andachten. Those translations into English are:— i. Du keusohe Se… Go to person page >

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First Line: Dostit' jest, dost
Author: F. J. Burmeister


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Cithara Sanctorum--Pisne Duchovni #d208

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