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Тихая ночь, дивная ночь!

Representative Text

1. Тихая ночь, дивная ночь!
Дремлет все, лишь не спит
В благоговенье святая Чета;
Чудным Младенцем полны их сердца,
Радость в душе их горит,

2. Радость в душе их горит.
Тихая ночь, дивная ночь!
Глас с небес возвестил:
Радуйтесь, ныне родился Христос,
Мир и спасение всем Он принёс,
Свыше нас Свет посетил,

3. Свыше нас Свет посетил!
Тихая ночь, дивная ночь!
К небу нас Бог призвал,
О, да откроются наши сердца
И да прославят Его все уста,
Он нам Спаситель дал,

4. Он нам Спаситель дал.

Source: TTT-Himnaro Cigneta #606

Translator: Anonymous

In some hymnals, the editors noted that a hymn's author is unknown to them, and so this artificial "person" entry is used to reflect that fact. Obviously, the hymns attributed to "Author Unknown" "Unknown" or "Anonymous" could have been written by many people over a span of many centuries. Go to person page >

Author: Joseph Mohr

Mohr, Joseph, was born at Salzburg, Austria, on Dec. 11, 1792. After being ordained priest on Aug. 21, 1815, by the Roman Catholic Bishop of Salzburg, he was successively assistant at Ramsau and at Laufen; then coadjutor at Kuchl, at Golling, at Vigaun, at Adnet, and at Authering; then Vicar-Substitute at Hof and at Hintersee--all in the diocese of Salzburg. In 1828 he was appointed Vicar at Hintersee, and in 1837 at Wagrein, near St. Johann. He died at Wagrein, Dec. 4, 1848. The only hymn by him translated into English is:— Stille Nacht! heilige Nacht! Christmas. This pretty little carol was written for Christmas, 1818, while Mohr was assistant clergyman at Laufen, on the Salza, near Salzburg, and was set to music (as in the Garland o… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Тихая ночь, дивная ночь!
German Title: Stille Nacht, heilige Nacht
Author: Joseph Mohr (1818)
Translator: Anonymous
Language: Russian

Tune

STILLE NACHT

Although he composed nearly one hundred works, Franz Gruber is remembered for only one–the tune of "Silent Night," composed on Christmas Eve, 1818. He scored the tune for tenor and bass soli (sung by Mohr and Gruber on that night) with the final phrase to be repeated in harmony (sung by the villag…

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