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Hela världen fröjdes Herren

Author: Johann Franck

Franck, Johann, son of Johann Franck, advocate and councillor at Guben, Brandenburg, was born at Guben, June 1, 1618. After his father's death, in 1620, his uncle by marriage, the Town Judge, Adam Tielckau, adopted him and sent him for his education to the schools at Guben, Cottbus, Stettin and Thorn. On June 28, 1638, he matriculated as a student of law at the University of Königsberg, the only German university left undisturbed by the Thirty Years' War. Here his religious spirit, his love of nature, and his friendship with such men as Simon Dach and Heinrich Held, preserved him from sharing in the excesses of his fellow students. He returned to Guben at Easter, 1640, at the urgent request of his mother, who wished to have him near her in… Go to person page >

Translator: J. Arrhenius

Jakob Arrhenius was a Swedish hymnwriter and sacred poet. In 1687, Arrhenius became a professor of history at Upsala University, Sweden. Source: Julian, John, Dictionary of Hymnology, 1907, p. 1000  Go to person page >

Alterer: Jesper Svedberg

Biship of Skara, Sweden. He was entrusted in creating the first book ever of Swedish hymns, known today as "Swedberg's Book of Hymns, printed in 1694. It was soon declared heretical by some, because it focused too much on good works and not enough on faith. The whole edition was revoked, however, not before some copies made their way to Swedish colonies overseas. A new edition was published containing about 500 hymns, 30 of which bore Swedberg's name as author or translator. Several of these are still in the modern Swedish Book of Hymns. Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Hela världen fröjdes Herren
Author: Johann Franck
Translator: J. Arrhenius
Alterer: Jesper Svedberg
Language: Swedish
Copyright: Public Domain

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Media

Svenska Psalm-Boken af År 1819: förenad med Koral-bok och Svenska messan med körer för sopran-, alt-, tenor- och basröster #268

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Barnvannens Lyra #d22
De Ungas Sångbok: utgiven för Söndagsskolan Ungdomsmötet och hemmet #8Page Scan
Lill Basunen, Innehallande Andliga Sanger #d28
Lutherfoerbundets Saangbok, anbefalld till bruk inom Augustana-Synodens Ungdomsfoereningar och Lutherfoerbund #d102
Nya Psalmisten: sånger för allmän och enskild uppbyggelse #1Page Scan
Soendagsskol-Bok, innehallande, Liturgi, Laesordning, och Sanger #d78
Söndagsskolbok: innehållande liturgi och sånger för söndagsskolan (Omarbetad uppl.) #7Page Scan
Svenska Psalm-Boken af År 1819: förenad med Koral-bok och Svenska messan med körer för sopran-, alt-, tenor- och basröster #268ScoreAudio
Svenska Soendagsskolans Saangbok Utgifven af Oesterns Soendagsskolfoerening #d73



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