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Ich bin dein Kind! o Herr, dies Glück

Ich bin dein Kind! o Herr, dies Glück

Author: E. C. G. Langbecker
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: E. C. G. Langbecker

Langbecker, Emanuel Christian Gottlieb, son of Christian Gottlieb Langbecker, clothier in his father's business, he entered the service of Prince Waldemar of Prussia in 1827, becoming his household secretary in 1840. He died at Berlin, Oct. 24, 1843 (Koch, vii. 39-42; Registers of St. George's Church, Berlin, &c). His hymns appeared in the Berlin Wochenblatt, 1822, &c.; in his Gedichte, Berlin, 1824, 2nd Series, 1829; and in the Berlin G. L. S., of which he was the principal editor, and for which he compiled the biographical notices in the 1st edition, 1832. He also published various hymnological works, including his historical sketch Das deutsch - evangelische Kirchenlied, Berlin, 1830; the first critical edition of P. Gerhardt's Leben u… Go to person page >

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First Line: Ich bin dein Kind! o Herr, dies Glück
Author: E. C. G. Langbecker
Copyright: Public Domain

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Ausgewaehlte Psalmen und Lieder fuer kirchlichen und haeuslichen Gebrauch #d155

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Die Psalmen Davids #278

Kirchenbuch der Ev.- Luth.-Christus Gemeinde, in New York #d373

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