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O Christ, erhebe Herz und Sinn

O Christ, erhebe Herz und Sinn

Author: Ehrenfried Liebich
Published in 5 hymnals

Author: Ehrenfried Liebich

Liebich, Ehrenfried, was born July 15, 1713, at Probsthain, near Goldberg, Silesia, where his father was a miller. He assisted his father in the mill up to his sixteenth year, and was thereafter allowed to study at the Latin school at Schweidnitz, and the St. Elisabeth school at Breslau. At Easter, 1738, he entered the University of Leipzig as a student of Theology, and on concluding his course in 1740, was for some time engaged in private tuition. In April, 1742, he became pastor at Lomnitz and Erdmannsdorf, near Hirschberg, Silesia, and remained there till his death on June 23, 1780 (Koch, vi. 391; Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie, xviii. 584, &c). Liebich is one of the best German hymn-writers of the middle of the 18th century; Scriptura… Go to person page >

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First Line: O Christ, erhebe Herz und Sinn
Author: Ehrenfried Liebich
Copyright: Public Domain

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Das Geistliche Saitenspiel #287

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Die Psalmen Davids #420

Reformirtes Gesangbuch erste Auflage #d186

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