Komm, heilger Geist

O Geist des Licthes, komm hernieder

Author: Julius Pabst
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Author: Julius Pabst

Pabst, Julius, son of Karl Leopold Pabst, sometime Inspector of the Royal Normal School at Erfurt, was born at Wilhelmsrulie, near Eitorf on the Sieg (Rhenish Prussia), Oct. 18, 1817. From 1838 to 1842 he studied theology and philosophy at the Universities of Breslau and Halle; from 1842 to 1852 he acted as private tutor in Berlin, in the Neumark, and in Dresden; and from 1852 to the end of 1855, was engaged in literary pursuits at Berlin. After New Year's Day, 1856, he resided at Dresden as secretary and teacher of the dramatic art on the staff of the general direction of the Court Theatre and the Royal Orchestra, receiving, in 1860, the honorary title of Hofrath. He died Oct. 22, 1881 (F. Brümmer's Deutsche Dichter-lexicon, 1877, pt. ii.… Go to person page >

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First Line: O Geist des Licthes, komm hernieder
Title: Komm, heilger Geist
Author: Julius Pabst