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Die Immerw'hrende Schoepfung

Im anfang war's auf Erden Nur finster, wuest und leer

Author: Matthias Claudius
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: Matthias Claudius

Claudius, Matthias, son of Matthias Claudius, Lutheran pastor at Reinfeld in Holstein (near L├╝beck), was born at Reinfeld, Aug. 15, 1740. An ancestor, who died as a Lutheran pastor in 1586, had Latinized his name, Claus Paulsen, to Claudius Pauli, and his descendants had adopted Claudius as their surname. Claudius entered the University of Jena, in 1759, as a student of theology, but being troubled with an affection of the chest, and finding little attraction in the Rationalism of Jena, he turned his attention to law and languages. After a short visit to Copenhagen, as private secretary to a Danish count, he joined in 1768 the staff of the Hamburg News Agency (Adress-Comptoirnachrichten). Removing to Wandsbeck, near Hamburg, he undertook i… Go to person page >

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First Line: Im anfang war's auf Erden Nur finster, wuest und leer
Title: Die Immerw'hrende Schoepfung
Author: Matthias Claudius
Refrain First Line: Alle gute Gabe kommt oben her
Copyright: Public Domain

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349 Lieder fuer Schule und Haus in den Vereinigsten Staaten #d117

Concordia-Kinderchoere #d93

Unser Liederbuch, die schoensten Lieder fuer Schule, Sonntagsschule und Familie #d188

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