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Trauernd und mit bangem Sehnen

Trauernd und mit bangem Sehnen

Author: Johann Neunherz
Published in 7 hymnals

Author: Johann Neunherz

Neunhertz, Johannes, son of Johannes Neunhertz, weaver at Waltersdorf, near Kupferberg, in Silesia, was born at Waltersdorf Aug. 16, 1653, and entered the University of Leipzig in June, 1673 (M.A. 1676). In 1678 he was appointed assistant preacher at Lauban, in Silesia; in 1680 pastor at Kiesslingswalde; and in 1696 pastor at Geibsdorf, both near Lauban. He then became, in 1706, diaconus of the Holy Trinity Church, and also morning preacher at the Holy Cross Church in Lauban. Finally, in 1709, he was appointed chief pastor at Hirschberg, in Silesia, and died there Nov. 26, 1737 (S. J. Ehrhardt's Presbyterologie Schlesiens, 1780-89, iii. pt. ii. p. 187; Koch, v. 450; Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie xxiii. 549; Bode, p. 121—-the first dating… Go to person page >

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First Line: Trauernd und mit bangem Sehnen
Author: Johann Neunherz
Copyright: Public Domain

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Evangelisches Gesangbuch #112

Gesang und Melodienbuch #d596

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Gesangbuch der Evangelischen Kirche #168

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Gesangbuch mit Noten #91

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Gesangbuch mit Noten #91

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