Fair spring, thou dearest season of the year

Fair spring, thou dearest season of the year

Author: Conrad von Queinfurt
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Author: Conrad von Queinfurt

Conrad of Queinfurt was priest at Steinkirch on the Qucise, near Lauban, Silesia, and died 1382 at Löwenberg, Silesia. D. G. Corner (see below) says that his tombstone in the St. Francis Chapel of the Cloister at Löwenberg, bore the epitaph composed by himself:— "Christe, tuum mimum salvum facias et opimum, Condidit hic odas has voce lyraque melodas." After the building had been in use for some time as a military arsenal an examination in this century failed to find any traces of this monument. He is the author of a hymn or sacred poem, long popular in Silesia :— Du lentze gut, des jares tiurste quarte. [Easter.] In 5 stanzas of 17 lines. In Wackernagel, ii. p. 388; Hoffmann v. Fallersleben, p. 78; Kehrein's Katholische Kirchenli… Go to person page >

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Author: Conrad von Queinfurt

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