O Rejoice, All Christians, Loudly

Author: Christian Keimann

Keimann, Christian, son of Zacharias Keimann, Lutheran pastor at Pankratz, in Bohemia, and after 1616 at Ober-Ullersdorf, was born at Pankratz, Feb. 27, 1607. In the autumn of 1627 he entered the University of Wittenberg, where he graduated M.A., March 19, 1634; and in the next month was appointed by the Town Council of Zittau as Conrector of their Gymnasium, of which he became Rector in 1638. He died at Zittau, Jan. 13, 1662 (Koch, iii. 369; Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie xv. 535, &c). Keimann was a distinguished teacher. He was the author of a number of scholastic publications, of a few Scriptural plays, and of some 13 hymns. Almost all of his hymns came into church use. They take high rank among those of the 17th century, being of gen… Go to person page >

Translator: Randall Sensmeier

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Text Information

First Line: O rejoice, all Christians, loudly
Title: O Rejoice, All Christians, Loudly
Author: Christian Keimann
Translator: Randall Sensmeier
Meter: 8.7.7.8.7.7 with refrain
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Joy, O Joy beyond all gladness
Copyright: © 1991, GIA Publications, Inc.

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