The Lord Is My Shepherd (Az Úr énnékem őriző pásztorom)

The Lord is my Shepherd, He shall ever be near (Az Úr énnékem őriző pásztorom)

Author: C. Marot; Author: A. Szenczi Molnár (1607)
Tune: [Az Ur én nekem őriző pásztorom]
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Author: C. Marot

Born: About 1497, Cahors, France. Died: August 1544, Turin, Italy. At age 16, Marot became a page to Nicolas de Neufville, and at age 21 Valet de Chambre to Marguerite de Valois. He later fought at Pavia, where he was wounded and taken prisoner with Francis I. From 1537-9 he translated about 30 psalms, which were published in 1542. He traveled widely, sometimes fleeing persecution, and stayed at various times in Savoy, Geneva, and Turin. Sources: Julian, p. 714 Lyrics; Rendez à Dieu Louange et Gloire http://www.hymntime.com/tch/bio/m/a/r/o/marot_c.htm… Go to person page >

Author: A. Szenczi Molnár

Hungarian Protestant theologian Go to person page >

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First Line: The Lord is my Shepherd, He shall ever be near (Az Úr énnékem őriző pásztorom)
Title: The Lord Is My Shepherd (Az Úr énnékem őriző pásztorom)
Author: A. Szenczi Molnár (1607)
Author: C. Marot
Language: English; Hungarian

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Little Psalterium: Geneva Psalms and Hungarian Hymns #8



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