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Hilf, Gott, dass mirs gelinge

Hilf, Gott, dass mirs gelinge

Author: Heinrich Müller
Published in 5 hymnals

Author: Heinrich Müller

Müller (Mueller), Heinrich , was a native of Nürnberg. About 1526 or 1527 he was imprisoned as a Lutheran by Duke Georg of Saxony, but was released after the Duke died on April 17, 1539. Thereafter, till about 1580, he kept a school for writing and arithmetic at Annaberg in Saxony. Bartholom äus Muller, sometime schoolmaster at Zwickau in Saxony, in a petition presented to the Elector Christian I. in 1587, and in another petition presented to the Elector Christian II. in 1601, described himself as the son of this Heinrich Müller, and declared that the hymn noted below was written by his father during his imprisonment (see Koch i. 417; Wetzel's Analecta Hymnica ii. 720, &c). The hymn in question is:— Hilf Gott, dass mir gelinge. Hist… Go to person page >

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First Line: Hilf, Gott, dass mirs gelinge
Author: Heinrich Müller
Language: German
Copyright: Public Domain



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Vollstaendiges Marburger Gesang-Buch, zur Uebung der Gottseligkeit ... #d230

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Vollständiges Marburger Gesang-Buch #48

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